Impossible Director Hints Tom Cruise Will Do Outrageous Stunts For New Movie
Impossible mission director Christopher McQuarrie hinted that Tom Cruise is likely to do some absolutely outrageous stunts for the franchise’s next film.
The director shared a photo of the actor hanging from a helicopter to wish him a happy birthday and many believe it’s a glimpse of what Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part 1 will have in store for everyone.
It’s hard to believe Cruise is now 60 and capable of performing defying death stunts that still manage to turn heads.
Of course, it sent the internet into a frenzy, as one person wrote: “Tom Cruise is 60?!?!?!? WTF?”
Another commented: “Wishing myself to be forever young.”
A third person wrote:idc if my money goes straight to the Department of Defense and the Church of Scientology, this guy makes a good movie.
While another wrote: “WOW I have never felt so old.”
Agreed. I have never had so much lower back pain while looking at a picture.
Although McQuarrie didn’t reveal where the photo was taken, it’s probably the next set Mission: Impossible 7 film.
The film should be released next year on July 14 and, from what McQuarrie teased, we can expect terrifying stunts we never thought were imaginable, even for superhuman Tom Cruise.
Cruise celebrated her milestone birthday at the British Grand 2022 price in England, according to news.com.au.
The Risky business The actor reportedly spent the day chatting with celebrity chef Gordon Ramsey and congratulating his friend Lewis Hamilton on his third place finish.
Certainly not bad company at all.
The 60-Age certainly has a lot to celebrate like his latest film, Top Gun: Maverick, has raised over $1 billion (USD $1,455,922,000 or £810 million) at the box office, making it the the most profitable 2022 movie so far, according to Variety.
According to the outlet, the film’s box office success is attributed to “critical praise” and also “has become a old fashioned, Word of mouth hit’.
The film’s commitment to stunt work also made headlines, as the actors actually fly fighter jets and deliver their lines from a cockpit.
In a promotional video for the film, the The rapidity The actor said conveying the authenticity of what Airmen experience has always been important to him.
He said: “I wasn’t ready to do a sequel until we had a special story worthy of a sequel and until the technology evolved so we could get a deeper experience of a fighter pilot.”
I mean, for a Cruise movie, would you expect any less?