Tom Cruise attempts death-defying motorcycle stunt while shooting Mission: Impossible 7

The cast of Mission Impossible- Fallout

The cast of Mission Impossible- Fallout

In the footage, Tom Cruise, who plays Ethan Hunt in the movie, is seen jumping off a long ramp over the edge of a mountaintop, leaving the viewers gasping in horror.

Hard at work! Tom Cruise really went for it while filming an action scene for 'Mission: Impossible, ' which featured him flying off a ramp while riding a motorcycle, on September 6. Reports online note that Cruise did three takes of the scene before the cameras started rolling and that the picturesque scene was the top of the mountain Helsetkopen, near Hellesylt.

Production of the seventh part of the highly successful spy film series "Mission: Impossible" was delayed early this year due to the COVID-19 outbreak. While the actor constantly seems to try and outdo himself from movie to movie, this is undeniably more unsafe than anything we've seen from him before now, and there are probably a million different ways this could have ended up going horribly wrong. "Tom hired a £500,000 ship for the film's crew to avoid any coronavirus-related delays".

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Actor Tom Cruise during a parachute jump down the mountain Helsetkopen on the occasion of the Hollywood hero's recording of the next Mission: Impossible movie. Eventually, he jumped off the motorcycle, flew in the air and to the ground with help from a parachute. (AP) Actor Tom Cruise beckoning to the audience during the recording of the next Mission: Impossible film. "Tom is determined not to see any more hold-ups".

The film will star Cruise alongside Rebecca Ferguson, Nicholas Hoult, Hayley Atwell, Simon Pegg and others, and is set to be released in November 2021.

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