Footage Shows Tom Cruise Shooting Action Scene From The New ‘Mission: Impossible’ Movie

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Katie Jerkovich Entertainment Reporter
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Footage has surfaced on Twitter showing Tom Cruise shooting one of the action scenes from the upcoming “Mission: Impossible 7” in Rome.

“WHEN IN ROME: @TomCruise waves to fans in between shooting @MissionFilm scenes for the seventh “Mission: Impossible” movie with Hayley Atwell in Rome,” a tweet from the Associated Press read Sunday. (RELATED: Tom Cruise And Elon Musk Working Together On Movie Being Shot In Space)

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Throughout the clip, we see the 58-year-old actor pull someone out of a crushed vehicle, before he climbed over the car and helped out actress Hayley Atwell. It is shown from several different perspectives. (RELATED: Filming Of ‘Top Gun’ Sequel Reportedly Delayed SO Tom Cruise Can Learn To Fly Fighter Jets)

At one point, we also see the “Top Gun” star stop for a minute to smile and wave at fans that got the chance to catch some of the action from his upcoming sequel in the “Mission: Impossible” franchise.

There is very little known about the next movie, except that it’s the “seventh entry in the long-running Mission: Impossible series,” per IMDb with a release date set for November 19, 2021.

As previously reported, filming finally got underway recently for the movie after production had to be halted due to the coronavirus outbreak.

In a clip shared by the “Today,” the star of the franchise can be seen racing a motorcycle right off a giant ramp nestled among the Norwegian mountainside.


Near the end of the video, we see Cruise flying off the cliff and then opening up a parachute as he glides to the ground.