There is so much to talk about the Hollywood industry especially the stars. One such dashing personality is our action spy hero Tom Cruise. Just like the movie so is the protagonist, as he always delivers in his missions. Who can even forget those impossible death defying stunts after all. In the trailer we see a personal call made to a member of the UK government. It looks like filming on Mission: Impossible 7 is set to resume in Britain.
This upcoming American action spy film written and directed by Christopher McQuarrie with Cruise continuing his role as Ethan Hunt. The scheduled movie will release on November 19, 2021, by Paramount Pictures.
After announcing both Mission: Impossible 7 and 8, the filming was done back-to-back before the global corona-virus pandemic. Thus many filming schedules across the globe were halted. Mission: Impossible 7 and 8 were originally set to release in the UK on 23rd July 2021 and 5th August 2022 respectively.
This film will bring back multiple characters from previous ones, but there are still many who haven’t confirmed to return on screen. Over 20 years Tom Cruise has played Ethan Hunt in Mission: Impossible, and he among the few recurring characters earlier on. This vision will continue to see with Mission: Impossible 7 and its already announced sequel, Mission: Impossible 8.
Although filming for Mission: Impossible 7 was set to take place in Venice, Simon Peg shared in an interview on BBC Radio 6 how production stopped because of the pandemic outbreak in Italy. The filming will restart in September with the outdoor scenes to be shot first.
In other news, here’s a sneak-peak into the story line: once again the spot light shines on Ethan Hunt as he faces bigger threats and engages in crazier action sequences. Besides that, Tom Cruise practices his Mission: Impossible 7 motocross and helicopter stunts in a farmer’s field, Oxford shire. Until then the film is yet to receive the green signal from the government to resume production.