Tom Cruise’s train-traveling model for “Mission: Inconceivable VII” is inflicting some critical double-takes in Norway.
TikTok consumer Tomas Haugland Spangelo posted a wild video of Cruise sitting and balancing on high of a dashing Norwegian practice, shot from a automotive touring on a highway adjoining to the tracks.
At one level Cruise, 58, smiles and waves along with his ft dangling over the aspect of the transferring practice and his hair blowing, because the the automotive passengers howl with glee.
“It’s he sitting there,” Spangelo wrote in all caps beneath the TikTok video in Norwegian.
The seventh in Cruise’s motion spy “Mission: Inconceivable” franchise, which halted filming in February due to the coronavirus, resumed manufacturing in September and is already making an influence lengthy earlier than its Nov. 19, 2021, launch date.
Cruise has scaled the highest of Dubai’s Burj Khalifa skyscraper and soared on the aspect of a flying A400 military aircraft in previous “Mission: Inconceivable” stunts.
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The Norwegian train stunt allowed for onlookers to check outCruise preparing to step in as spy Ethan Hunt once again, with a backdrop of the stunning Romsdal mountains.
“Sometimes you’re just in the right place at the right time,” wrote Instagram user fotokjerring76 for one more video, shot from a transferring automotive, of a standing Cruise getting ready for the dramatic scene on the transferring practice. The movie crew, with cameras strapped to the practice, is seen.
“M:I 7” director Christopher McQuarrie posted a visualization of the scene atop the practice on Instagram, including a flying helicopter to the background.
“Norway’s scale and sweetness have left an indelible and defining imprint on our movie and reminded us that something is feasible,” McQuarrie wrote, thanking numerous Norwegian movie teams and The Norwegian Railway Museum.
“Most of all, we give because of the nice and cozy and welcoming folks of Norway. Your kindness and consideration are nothing lower than an inspiration. We’ll miss you dearly and sit up for seeing you once more,” McQuarrie wrote.
He added a heads-up for the following European filming cease. There might be wild scenes to return.
“Buckle up, Roma. Right here we come,” McQuarrie wrote.