Tom Cruise has been spotted in Norway on the roof of a speeding train, filming a stunt for the upcoming Mission: Impossible VII film.
The filming of the seventh and eighth films in the Mission: Impossible franchise resumed production in September after being halted in February amid the coronavirus pandemic.
He headed to Norway to continue with the shoot and was spotted by an eager fan, as he was filming a stunt for the film on the roof of a moving train.
He was all dressed in black and seen grinning as he spotted the fan filming them from a car below. To grab the attention of Tom were laughing and shouting as he waved back at them as the train zooms past.
Tom has also been spotted leaping from a motorbike in mid-air while shooting, as well as expertly landing a helicopter.
Working on Mission: Impossible 7, He and the staff have relocated to Norway for filming, as the Golden Globe winner revealed recently that he was ‘excited’ to get back to Norway, calling it a ‘gorgeous country.’
In terms of keeping up with the pandemic protocols, both casts and crew involved are said to have been tested twice for coronavirus within 48 hours of touching down in Norway, with daily health checks in place as productions continue.
Per previous reports, Tom had rented two huge cruise ships in the country to act as hotels for staff working on the film. Directed by Christopher McQuarrie and stars the likes of Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson and Ving Rhames. The release date which was originally set for July 2021 has been rescheduled to November.
We can’t wait for the premiere of this movie.