Hollywood star Tom Cruise is returning with the new part of Mission Impossible, the shooting of which was halted for several months due to the Coronavirus pandemic and has now resumed.
The film’s director, Christopher McCurry, confirmed the start of the shoot by posting a photo on social media showing a man (possibly Tom Cruise) standing on a large ramp on a mountaintop.
Tom Crower has often performed dangerous stunts in his films by putting his life in danger.
And one such stunt has now gone viral on social media, showing a man jumping down a hill while racing a motorcycle on a ramp and unloading his parachute.
In fact, this is a real mission impossible for sure, but Tom Cruise is not afraid to do such stunts.
Christopher McQuarrie and Tom Cruise are taking Mission: Impossible 7 to another level pic.twitter.com/eZaa5z8s5Y
— zach (@ZachMacieI) September 7, 2020
Not much is known about the plot of Mission Impossible 7, but it is said that the story of the previous part has been carried forward.
It may be recalled that last month, there were reports that the filmmaker lost more than Rs 44 crore due to failure to shoot a scene of Mission Impossible.
The shooting of ‘Mission Impossible 7’ was recently started in the UK at a time when there was a decrease in Corona cases and the film team has been busy preparing sets for the shooting of a scene for the last one and a half months.
According to the British newspaper The Sun, one of the most expensive and dangerous scenes of ‘Mission Impossible 7’ was to be shot in the forests of Oxfordshire, England, for which the film crew set up after six weeks of continuous hard work which cost millions of rupees.
The report said that a bridge was built in the forest for the said scene with expensive equipment and motorcycles were delivered there by helicopter.
However, when the film crew started shooting the scene as planned, in the middle of the shooting, the tires of the motorcycle suddenly caught fire and the whole set was damaged.
The report said that the stuntman on the motorcycle was skillfully saved from being injured and as soon as the motorcycle caught fire, the stuntman was lifted with the help of ropes and walked some distance from the motorcycle seat.
While the film crew worked for several weeks for the scene, at least 20 2 million was spent on the purchase of a motorbike, transport to the venue, stuntman’s fees and set-up for the scene.
The scene cost more than US 26 2.6 million, which is more than Rs 440 million.
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. Was
The seventh film in the series will star Tom Cruise alongside Vanessa Kirby, Rebecca Ferguson, Hayley Atwell, Simon Pegg and Henry Zemi among others.