Tom Cruise on Thursday presented in a clip what he calls his most dangerous stunt from the upcoming Mission: Impossible 7 movie. Cruise, Famous for doing his own stunts, he rides a motor-bike on a ramp from a large peak in Norway and goes into the air before his parachute is released.
The entertainment media reported that the clip and the feature that Cruise and director Christopher McQuarre were talking about were featured at the Cinemacon conference of movie theater operators and Hollywood studio executives in Las Vegas.
“It’s the most dangerous thing I’ve ever tried; according to Deadline Hollywood, I’m been working on a cruise video for years.”
Mission: Impossible 7, in which Cruise returns as Sway Ethan Hunt, is set to release in May 2022 after more than a year of coronavirus-damaged shoot in Italy, Norway and the UK.
Cruise, 59, said he trained for more than a year to perfect the stunt, including doing more than 500 sky-diving sessions and 13,000 motor-bike jumps, a Hollywood reporter said. The stunt was filmed six times.
In previous films, when a cruise plane took off, he piloted a helicopter through the narrow mountain valleys, scaled the Burj Khalifa skyscraper in Dubai to an altitude of 2,717 feet (828 meters) and skydived about five miles.