Mission: Impossible 8 Tom Cruise upside down on the wing of an airplane in the photos from the set - Hollywood News

Tom Cruise is busy on the set of Mission: Impossible 8 and the new images leaked online to show us a stunt as spectacular as it is dangerous carried out by the actor literally hanging from the wing of a plane.

Images published by Fox News show the actor hanging from the wing of a 1941 Boeing B75N1 Stearman biplane at about 2,000 feet in height. Cruise, as you can see in the photos at the bottom of the news, is sitting on the wing of the plane and then hangs upside down, at which point the plane flipped over so that the actor was sitting upright on the plane. 'wing. As we know Cruise doesn't use stunt doubles for his stunt scenes and the actor also took flying lessons to prepare for the filming of Mission: Impossible 8.

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When it was first announced that Mission: Impossible 7 and Mission: Impossible 8 would both come out and be shot one after the other, no one expected making films to become so complex as a pandemic had not yet broken out.

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The cruise began filming Mission: Impossible 8 shortly after filming on Mission Impossible 7 was completed. Both films were announced at the same time, one coming out in 2022 and one in 2023. Writer/director Christopher McQuarrie wrote the two films together. 

Whether this will mark the latest film in the franchise is unconfirmed, though it certainly could be the last for McQuarrie, who has been at the helm of the franchise since Rogue Nation. Recently the director also teased the possible return of Henry Cavill in Mission Impossible.

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Mission: Impossible 7 is expected to release in September 2022, with Mission: Impossible 8 expected to follow in July 2023.

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