While filming Mission: Impossible 7, Tom Cruise rescued a cameraman during a dangerous shoot on a runaway train
This time it’s not about fiction, or an adrenaline-pumping scene that we’ll see in the next Mission: Impossible 7. As we know, the starring saga Ethan Hunt – with the unmistakable face and body of Tom Cruise – is full of action, and often the shooting turns into real adventures.
And that’s exactly what happened on the set of the upcoming film, where Tom Cruise promptly rescued a cameraman who was in danger of slipping off a moving train.
Mission: Impossible 7, Tom Cruise salva un cameraman
Fortunately, the actor managed to avoid a bad accident in front of the astonished eyes of all the collaborators. As reported by the Daily Mail, Tom Cruise (known for shooting scenes without the aid of a stunt double) e Hayley Atwell (new protagonist of the feature film) were on top of a speeding train for a particularly reckless sequence of Mission: Impossible 7. During filming, the lead actor noticed that one of the cameramen was in danger of slipping, and immediately intervened to save him. . A moment of fear that risked ending rather badly, if the actor hadn’t intervened. The cameraman obviously had a harness, but he would still end up hurting himself or losing his equipment.
Definitely a move worthy of a hero like the famous Ethan Hunt!
Real life action hero! He helped save a cameraman falling off a train!https://t.co/1RCZJfRrmQ via @DailyMailCeleb
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The seventh chapter of the saga will be directed by Christopher McQuarrie, who previously directed Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation (2015) and Mission: Impossible – Fallout (2018). In the cast, in addition to the aforementioned protagonists, we will find Rebecca Ferguson, Simon Pegg, Vanessa Kirby, Pom Klementieff, Shea Whigham, Nicholas Hoult (the main villain) and Henry Czerny (Eugene Kittridge, former head of the Impossible Missions Force).
Mission: Impossible 7 is scheduled for release, despite the numerous delays due to the Covid-19 emergency, for November 19th. Keep following us on this page to not miss all the news on cinema and TV series!