Tom Cruise is the one man to remember when one thinks or talks about the Mission Impossible franchise. The actor has managed to win hearts with his stellar performances over the years, through his films, and continues to do so even today. Tom Cruise, who is shooting for Mission Impossible 7, in Norway, was recently seen performing a death-defying motorcycle stunt which left fans amazed. The 58-year-old actor, who has been performing most of his stunts by himself, leaves fans stunned as he performs yet another scary stunt.
On Instagram, MI7 director Christopher McQuarrie shared a sneak-peek of Tom Cruise performing a fight sequence on a moving train. The director made the post as the team heads on to Roma for their next schedule after wrapping up the one in Norway. McQuarrie penned down a long post informing all the fans and thanking everyone for a wonderful and successful schedule in Norway. The MI7 director made a special ‘Thank you’ to the Mountains of Norway.
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While Christopher McQuarrie shared a picture of the fight scene, an onlooker shared a video from when the scene was being shot. The video features the Tom Cruise standing along with a few crew members on a moving train. The actor is seen performing the stunt, while he stands attached to a cable for support and to avoid major accidents. Also Read: Mission Impossible 7: Tom Cruise Challenges All Odds With His Death-Defying Stunt; Performs A Scary Motorcycle Act-Reports
Meanwhile, MI7 also features Rebecca Ferguson, Ving Rhames and Simon Peg in pivotal roles. The Tom Cruise starrer directed by Christopher McQuarrie is currently scheduled to release on November 19, 2021. Actress Hayley Atwell who is also set to feature in the movie shared a sneak-peek of her experience from the moving train scene, in a video on her Instagram.
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