Did you really think a pandemic can stop Tom Cruise? It’s a mission impossible to stop that man. Recently Tom Cruise was seen recreating an iconic Bike Chase sequence for MI7 on a BMW G310 GS.
Tom Cruise has refused to stop amid the worldwide crisis. This proves that stopping Tom Cruise is impossible. He will jump from Burj Khalifa; he’ll cling to the door of a plane in the air; he’ll also crash a helicopter in the Himalayas if needed, but he won’t stop at any cost, not even amid a pandemic. Also, not forgetting the entire team that’s with him everytime. All hail to the entire cast and crew of Mission Impossible franchise.
- Tom Cruise is recreating an iconic bike chase sequence using BMW in Mi7.
- Tom Cruise and Mission Impossible team are filming in UK.
- A Helicopter and an Air Force Plane too were a part of the scene.
Drama aside, Tom cruise was recently seen recreating an iconic bike chase sequence on BMW G310 GS for Mi7.
Tom Cruise is recreating an iconic bike chase sequence using BMW in Mi7.
Recently, the British tabloid Daily Mail managed to get some pictures of Tom Cruise riding a BMW bike and shooting for a scene in Mission Impossible 7.
The actor was spotted performing his own stunt (no surprise there) on the bike, however with safety rig attached to it. The safety rig might be a prop to be used in the movie with Ethan Hunt pressing a button to deploy missiles from it (We are just joking, Tom Cruise takes precautions too.) The actor was seen performing wheelies on the BMW.
It seemed as Tom Cruise was trying to recreate an iconic bike chase sequence on BMW for Mi7.
Tom Cruise and Mission Impossible team are filming in UK.
Almost two months ago, the shooting of Mission Impossible 7 was halted due to the lockdown in Venice, Italy.
However, it seems like the studio has shifted the location to UK now. And to avoid any breach of guidelines regarding the pandemic, or to avoid an encounter with any unwanted circumstances, the creators are using mostly indoor locations and studios to film the movie.
As the Daily Mail reported, the entire team is in UK, shooting mostly indoors. The major chunk of shooting is taking place at Buckinghamshire’s Pinewood Studios. Recently, as reported by the Mail, the team filmed a few scenes outdoor as well.
One of the scenes in which Tom Cruise was doing wheelie on a BMW seemed as an attempt to recreate (the always Mission Impossible) bike chase sequence for Mi7.
A Helicopter and an Air Force Plane too were a part of the scene.
The scene wasn’t ignited only by the smoke emitting BMW bike which Tom Cruise rode. But a small Helicopter and an Airplane from Royal Air Force livery were also there on the scene, just on the back of Ethan Hunt.
Amid the beasts, an almost on smoke Mini was also spotted. As Tom Cruise held the steering, his co-star Rebecca Ferguson held his hands while sitting in the passenger seat.
It seems while Tom Cruise will be trying to recreate a classic Mission Impossible bike chase sequence on a BMW for Mi7, the party against him will be using all it’s force to achieve the mission impossible of stopping Tom Cruise.
All the scenes were being filmed at a test track in Dunsfold in Surrey, England previously used for BBC’s Top Gear.
Paramount Pictures’ Mission Impossible 7, directed by Christopher McQuarrie, starring Tom Cruise, Ving Rhames, Simon Pegg and Rebecca Ferguson, is slated to release on November 19, 2021.