Hollywood superstar Tom Cruise left fans stunned as he performed death-defying stunts in his last release Top Gun Maverick. The actor has once again upped the ante for his insane stunts in his next. The star has shared some more high-end stunts that he has performed for the seventh instalment of Mission Impossible. In the video shared by the handsome hunk, he is seen jumping off a cliff with a motorcycle for the movie.
Tom Cruise took to social media and shared the epic video where he is seen creating history. Sharing the video the Jack Reacher star wrote, “So excited to share what we’ve been working on. #MissionImpossible”
Watch the epic video here:
So excited to share what we’ve been working on. #MissionImpossible pic.twitter.com/rIyiLzQdMG
— Tom Cruise (@TomCruise) December 19, 2022
The video opens with a shot of a ramp at the side of a cliff with Tom’s voice saying, “This is far and away the most dangerous thing we have ever attempted. This will be a motorcycle jump off a cliff into a base jump. I have wanted to do this since I was a kid.”
Tom underwent one year of base jumping training and canopy training to prepare for the stunt. The video also showcases the actor base jumping off an aeroplane with the experts in tow. The stunt crew explains that they built a motocross track for the actor to practise on and he is comfortable jumping over 70-80-feet table tops with ease. They added that Tom Cruise did 500 skydives and 13,000 motocross jumps to prepare for the stunt.
A day before the actor shared a video on social media where he is seen jumping off a plane from a high altitude for a Mission Impossible 7 stunt while also recording a message for fans.
A special message from the set of #MissionImpossible @MissionFilm pic.twitter.com/sfnWWluLyl
— Tom Cruise (@TomCruise) December 18, 2022
The seventh MI film officially titled Mission Impossible Dead Reckoning Part 1 will be released next year. It will be followed by Dead Reckoning Part 2 in 2024,
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