A new filming video for Mission: Impossible 7 shows a train blasting off a bridge and crashing at the end of Tom Cruise’s latest daring stunt.
A new filming video from Mission: Impossible 7 shows a crazy practical stunt that sends a train flying off a bridge. Tom Cruise and the Impossible mission franchise has built a reputation for performing increasingly insane stunts in recent years. While many successful franchises rely on CGI to bring their action to life, Cruise is well known for wanting to do the stunts himself and make them as real as possible.
Cruise’s mission to give Impossible mission viewers, new breathtaking stunts have been successful so far. He hung from the tallest building in the world, hung onto the side of an airplane, learned to fly a helicopter, and went skydiving to achieve one of the Mission: Impossible – Falloutthe best stunts. It shouldn’t be a surprise that Mission: Impossible 7 will present many other daring performance pieces. There have been teases of a motorcycle streak and a huge one involving a train, and the latter now appears to be even crazier than expected.
Manufacturing on Mission: Impossible 7 is still set overseas and a new filming video has surfaced from his Derbyshire filming location. The video was captured and shared on Twitter by Ian gamble and showed a real train hurtling down the tracks towards a huge ramp overhanging a cliff. The convenient train stunt ends with the train flying off the end of the track and crashing into the cave below. A helicopter flying overhead was presumably used to film the stuntman that Christopher McQuarrie had only one chance to capture.
Train blowing off a bridge certainly not what most would have predicted Mission: Impossible 7The planned train stunt would end. While no one was clearly on the train for this part of the shoot, previous teasing from the scene put Ethan Hunt, Kittridge (Henry Czerny) and Hayley Atwell’s new character on board. It is now clear that all will have to exit the locomotive at some point to avoid their death. How they accomplish or not that should only do Mission: Impossible 7The train stunt is even more exciting.
While Paramount and McQuarrie could easily have chosen to have this part of the train stunt done with CGI, it’s great and rare to see such a great moment practically unfold. Christopher Nolan developed a knack for practically performing massive stunts, even if it involved destroying real planes for Principle and Dunkirk. The results speak for themselves, so Mission: Impossible 7The railroad scene should be even more impressive now that fans know it was done in a practical way.
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Source: Ian gamble
- Mission: Impossible 7 (2022)Release Date: May 27, 2022
- Mission: Impossible 8 (2023)Release Date: 07 Jul 2023
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