Tom Cruise films stunning scenes at Birmingham’s New Street Station for the upcoming much anticipated Mission Impossible 7.
As being reported, an impressive feat was shot at Stoney Middleton, Derbyshire on Friday.
It was a scene involving a train crashing off of a cliff and plunging into a quarry has been filmed for a forthcoming film.
As being reported, the locomotive was driven through the village on a lorry earlier in the week before it was situated on a short section of a specially built track for the film shoot.
It is the latest stunt to be filmed for Mission: Impossible 7. While the Hollywood star is well known for wanting to do the stunts himself and making them as real as possible. Tom was spotted flying a helicopter to set.
The scene was captured by the Local photographers and onlookers, who later shared it on social media.
Tom Cruise & Director Chris McQuarrie really sent a train off a cliff in this new behind the scenes set video for ‘Mission: Impossible 7’ 🤯pic.twitter.com/S6xDj2JDGG
— DR Movie News 📽 (@DRMovieNews1) August 22, 2021
Behind the scenes footage from the set of ‘Mission Impossible 7’ shows a train going full send off a cliff. pic.twitter.com/JQU88KsGJ1
— Lights, Camera, Pod (@LightsCameraPod) August 22, 2021
Took a picture of this weird structure in the Peaks a couple of weeks ago. Found out today they built it to chuck a train off in the new Mission Impossible. pic.twitter.com/kYjX43BYhp
— Danny (@dannymason_1) August 24, 2021
Local photographer Villager Jim shared a post on social media, with a caption: “Waited 5 months for this shot… of the train in the new Mission Impossible movie going off the cliff!! Tom was there too, Amazing day!!!”
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