Mission Impossible 7 train wreckage stunt goes viral on social media

Sania SaeedWeb Editor

25th Aug, 2021. 05:53 pm

Leading Hollywood star Tom Cruise, who likes to perform physical stunts in every one of his films and also risks his life are returning to the new part of Mission Impossible, the release of which has been delayed due to the Coronavirus epidemic and the shooting has been stopped several times due to cases or other difficulties.

Tom Cruise and director McCurry want to make this new film as good as possible and for that, they have included a train wreck shoot in the film.

The scene of the train engine falling off the hill for the new part of Mission Impossible has gone viral on social media.

The scene was filmed in Derbyshire, UK, and was captured on Twitter by a local photographer and was shared on Twitter.

According to reports, Tom Cruise was also present at the scene and was watching the engine fall from the helicopter.

Photographer Jim wrote in his post: “For 5 months we have been waiting for the scene from the new Mission Impossible movie in which the train was brought down the hill. Tom was also there.”


The photographer told the media that he saw Tom Cruise flying the helicopter himself.

The train engine was delivered to the village a few days ago and the film team had specially prepared the track for this scene.

During the film’s shooting in Norway last year, fans saw Tom Cruise sitting on the roof of a train as part of a stunt.

Tom Crower has often performed dangerous stunts in his films and on many occasions, his life was in danger.

Also in September last year, a stunt from the film went viral on social media, showing a man jumping down a hill on a ramp and unloading his parachute.


Not much is known about the plot of Mission Impossible 7 yet, but it is said that the story of the previous part has been carried forward.

The film is the seventh film in Tom Cruise’s action series ‘Mission Impossible, the sixth film in the series was released in 2018 and Tom Cruise himself was injured during several dangerous scenes during its shooting.

The first film in the series was released in 1996 as Mission Impossible, the second four years later in 2000, the third in 2006, the fourth in 2011, the fifth in 2015 and the sixth in 2018 under the title Mission Impossible: Fallout.

The seventh film in the series will star Tom Cruise alongside Vanessa Kirby, Rebecca Ferguson, Hayley Atwell, Simon Pegg and Henry Zemi among others.

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