‘Mission: Impossible Fallout’ Has Wrapped Production

After months and months of filming, Mission Impossible Fallout has officially wrapped filming with its main unit, as shared by director Christopher McQuarrie through his Instagram account earlier today.

However, not everything is said and done. According to McQuarrie, there’s still “THE STUNT” left, meaning there’s still one more stunt that will leave us with our mouths open and our minds blown.

If there’s one thing that distinguishes Mission Impossible from the rest, it’s the fact that every film in the franchise pushes the envelope when it comes to stunts, with the new film being no exception.

For the sixth entree, Tom Cruise learned to fly a helicopter so he could pilot one during a chasing scene. However, not everything has been all sunshine and rainbows as back in August, Cruise broke his ankle leaping between buildings, forcing production to shut down for a while.

Cruise is still on his path to recovery, as he’s not fully healed as of today, but by the looks of McQuarrie’s post on Instagram, both men are working on a more dangerous stunt than any we’ve ever seen in a Mission Impossible film.

Mission Impossible Fallout stars Tom Cruise as the super-spy Ethan Hunt, alongside series regulars Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames, Alec Baldwin, Rebecca Ferguson and Michelle Monaghan, with Henry Cavill and his mustache, Angela Basset, and Vanessa Kirby joining the cast for this film.


Angela Basset and Henry Cavill


What do you think about this news? What stunt would you like to see in MI6?
Let us know in the comment section down below!

Mission: Impossible Fallout is set to crash into theatres this July 27th.

Source: Christopher McQuarrie



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