Tom Cruise spotted performing parachute landing on the set of Mission Impossible 7
Perfectionist Tom Cruise resumed production for Mission Impossible 7 in northwest England’s Lake District, parachuting from a helicopter.
On Thursday, Tom Cruise resumed production for his much-awaited upcoming action film Mission Impossible 7 in northwest England’s Lake District, parachuting from a helicopter.
With the resumption of production, the actor demonstrated that no stunt is too huge by repeating the same jump four times to ensure director Christopher McQuarrie got the right shot. Onlookers said the trick had to be repeated numerous times because the Hollywood star was seen diving from a helicopter far above.
The safe gliding
Tom was sent speeding across the Lake District countryside for the dramatic scene before landing safely in a field, with production personnel waiting in a car to carry him to the next filming location.
Tom has previously been seen clinging to a train during a risky scene in Yorkshire, and this is only the latest in a long list of stunts he has undertaken for the latest Mission Impossible film.
Due to the Covid epidemic, the actor, 59, has experienced multiple delays in the making of the spy picture. After 14 persons on the UK set of the film tested positive for coronavirus, the actor was reportedly compelled to self-isolate for two weeks. The actor was claimed to have spent a day filming sequences in a nightclub with four female dancers for the next film, who later tested positive.
Mission Impossisble’s new franchise
The new installment was previously filmed at Longcross Studios in Chertsey, Surrey, where production was halted and the 60-member crew was self-isolated due to adverse drug tests.
The Hollywood celebrity was previously rumoured to have chastised workers who broke social distancing regulations while filming at Warner Bros. Studios.
Christopher McQuarrie wrote and directed Mission: Impossible 7, the upcoming action spy film. Following Rogue Nation and Fallout, it will be the seventh entry of the Mission: Impossible film series, and the third directed by McQuarrie. Paramount Pictures plans to distribute it in the United States on September 30, 2022. Cruise first confirmed on January 14, 2019, that the seventh and eighth Mission: Impossible films would be shot back-to-back, with McQuarrie writing and directing both films for release on July 23, 2021, and August 5, 2022, respectively.