Tom Cruise wowed onlookers with his Mission Impossible stunts in Venice. The mission is in all likelihood impossible and the stunts that Tom Cruise is up to lately are going up a notch bit by bit to be on the extreme side of insaneness metrics. The "Top Gun" actor has tried a new piece of stunt on the sets of his upcoming much-awaited spy thriller "Mission: Impossible 7."
This time, it’s not a train, no bike or car, and not even a helicopter or a tall building as you might have guessed, but just two boats moving parallelly while Tom Cruise manages to jump onto one from the other.
As the work on the latest MI installment is underway in the beautiful country of Italy, Tom is giving it his best to uphold the bar he has set in the previous installments where he has scaled the Burj Khalifa of Dubai and leaped out of a rushing plane, etc.
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In the snapshot shared earlier today, Tom Cruise can be seen all suited up in a black tux and of course has a mask on in the matching color. Judging on the dress, in all likelihood, Ethan Hunt is on duty on his way to rescue. Tens of crew members can also be spotted in the background, there to make sure everything goes smoothly.
It’s the city of canals, Venice implies water has to become the roads.
Considering the amount and quality of stunts, we have been getting from the sets of "Mission: Impossible 7" intermittently, it’s is not wrong to expect a blast this time again.
Last month, some of the shots shared from the sets showed the Tom Cruise doing some action bit for the movie on the top of a movie train. And in the other one, a person, who must be daring, is seen standing alone on a ramp between mountains that rises upwards towards the end.
The movie was pushed back due to the coronavirus pandemic and resumed shooting once things got back close to normal on the shooting locations in Europe. Initially, the filming was going on in Norway and as Italy eased up the lockdowns, the MI team came back to shoot the rest of the movie.
The movie is tentatively slated to be released around the end of the next year in November 2021. It’s understandable that the wait is painfully long and fans must be feeling sick about it. But until then, you have these short clips and shots from the shooting to kill the uncontrollable pang of hunger.