Spectacular picture from the “Mission: Impossible 7” set: filming has started again!
Tom Cruise is finally allowed to go back to work: after he recently even rented a ship to prevent further delays when shooting “M: I 7”, the cameras are now running again. Director Christopher McQuarrie celebrates this with a great snapshot.
That Tom Cruise goes further than many others for his (action) films at almost 60, he shows, among other things, with dangerous, spectacular stunts, which the action star still performs himself today. But not only as an actor, but also as a producer, the commitment of the “Mission: Impossible” star is remarkable.
It was only recently announced that Cruise used his private money to rent a ship for $ 700,000 on which his crew should live with the lowest possible risk of corona infection during the shooting of “Mission: Impossible 7” in Norway, which is scheduled for September. This is to prevent further delays.
And indeed: As director Christopher McQuarrie confirms with a photo of the “Mission: Impossible 7” set published via Instagram, the cameras are finally running (again):
As director Christopher McQuarrie confirms with a photo of the “Mission: Impossible 7” set published via Instagram, the cameras are finally running (again):
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According to the Light The Fuse podcast you can see: Tom Cruise, who looks out into the Norwegian mountain landscape – and stands on a gigantic ramp, over which he is supposed to jump into nowhere on a motorcycle in the film.
Update: There is also an impressive video of the stunt on the website of the Norwegian media company NRK!
Filming location from “Mission: Impossible 6 – Fallout”
This sight certainly creates a déjà vu. Because we already saw a very similar landscape in the finale of the sixth part of the agent film series. The big showdown of “Mission: Impossible – Fallout” takes place in Kashmir in the film, but it was shot in Norway. Cruise had already advocated filming there again in advance.
Mission: Impossible 7: Good news for fans of the great Fallout finale
That part 7 should be even more spectacular than the previous one is not too surprising – the stunts of super agent Ethan Hunt increased over time. Of course, this is not only expensive and time-consuming, it can also quickly become dangerous.
In the stunt that went wrong, which we reported a few weeks ago and in which a motorcycle went up in flames, a ramp like the one above was also used. Whether it was the same stunt is questionable, as it was shot in Great Britain, at least according to The Sun.
This is what awaits us in “Mission: Impossible 7”
Since McQuarrie (“Jack Reacher”) took over the “Mission: Impossible” oar with “Rogue Nation”, Ethan Hunt’s missions have been more closely related than ever CMoviesHD. So if you especially liked the latest chapters in the series, you can be pleased that McQuarre will not only direct Part 7 (theatrical release: November 18, 2021), but also “Mission: Impossible 8” (theatrical release: November 3, 2022) . There are no content-related details about the two upcoming missions yet.
Part 7 (theatrical release: November 18, 2021
In addition to Cruise, Simon Pegg as Benji, Rebecca Ferguson as Ilsa Faust and Ving Rhames as Luther return. New to the cast include the Marvel stars Hayley Atwell (“Agent Carter”) and Pom Klementieff (“Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2”).
Anyone who is up for Tom Cruise’s agent adventures can currently watch the first four films with their subscription at Amazon Prime Video at no additional cost * (part 6 is available there from 97 cents). Netflix currently has parts 4 and 5 on offer.