Cinema / 18-03-2020

Yes, Tom Cruise Is Still Filming Dangerous Stunts For Mission: Impossible 7 Despite Coronavirus

Yes, Tom Cruise Is Still Filming Dangerous Stunts For Mission: Impossible 7 Despite Coronavirus

The COVID-19 pandemic has dealt a huge blow to the film industry, as not only have movies that were set to come out soon been delayed for the foreseeable future, but numerous movies in the midst of rolling cameras have shut down their productions, including Mission: Impossible 7. However, Tom Cruise is now back at work on the next Mission: Impossible movie doing what he does best: dangerous stunts.

While Mission: Impossible 7 has still halted filming in Italy due to the spread of the coronavirus, the cast and crew have resumed work in the United Kingdom. The Daily Mail shared photos of Tom Cruise performing motorbike stunts on a test track in Dunsfold in Surrey, England, a track that has previously been used for the BBC series Top Gear. Cruise was also seen racing a car around the tarmac, and the outlet reported that the actor seemed in “high spirits” as he was working and chatting with the crew members.

The fact that Tom Cruise is willing to handle these perilous stunts himself should come as no surprise to anyone who follows along with the Mission: Impossible movies. From scaling the world’s tallest building to hanging on to the side of a plane as it took off, Cruise has established himself as quite the Hollywood daredevil. Costar Rebecca Ferguson was also seen on the test track involved in a different car stunt with Cruise.

The Mission: Impossible 7 team shut down its operations in Italy in late February, resulting in Tom Cruise laying low at a hotel in Venice for a while. While it remains to be seen when work in Italy will resume, Cruise and everyone else are keeping the production chugging along in England, with Daily Mail speculating that it’ll eventually move to Pinewood Studios.

18-03-2020 13:45, source: cinemablend, by James Foster
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