Tom Cruise who has given many remarkable performances in his career, has reportedly begun shooting for the highly-anticipated Mission Impossible 7.
The actor had started shooting for the seventh part of the popular franchise before the pandemic hit that country hard. The production came to a halt due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Mission Impossible 7 resumed filming recently in Norway after it was put on hold in the UK.
According to a report by Daily Mail, Tom Cruise has been spotted preparing for a stunt on top of a train in Norway. The actor was seen wearing a face mask while shooting.
The director of the film, Christopher McQuarrie, who has previously helmed the last two Mission Impossible films — Rogue Nation and Fallout, shared some scenic pics from Norway.
McQuairre took to Instagram to share a picture of a man (possibly Tom Cruise) standing on a ramp with scenic snow-capped hills in the background.
“Action…MI7 Day 1,” he captioned the photo.
The untitled seventh film in the Mission Impossible series will bring back Ethan Hunt, a highly-skilled spy, and his allies as they face a new enemy who is endangering the world.
According to reports, after the production for the seventh film was moved to Norway, Tom Cruise hired a £500,000 ship for the entire crew to avoid any coronavirus-related delays.
Rebecca Ferguson will be returning for the sequel alongside Simon Pegg and Ving Rhames.
Mission Impossible 7 is scheduled to be released on November 19, 2021.