Behind-the-scenes footage released by the film's movie studio Paramount Pictures today shows Cruise looking shocked as he undertakes a hairy manoeuvre. Watch Tom Cruise pilot the franchise's next unbelievable stunt for "Mission: Impossible - Fallout", in cinemas, August 2.
Piloting a helicopter in the mountains is unsafe enough by itself, but what Cruise does in this helicopter is just insane.
In the clip, aerial coordinator Marc Wolff says: "Flying a helicopter takes a lot of skill. To put someone like Tom into a situation like this is nearly impossible to imagine", says Aerial Coordinator March Wolff. It appears that Tom Cruise actually learned to fly a helicopter for this movie. And technically, he's also the camera operator, simply because the helicopters are attached to the outside of the chopper and are shooting everything inside the vehicle and around it.
In the scene, Cruise sends the helicopter into a terrifying 360-degree corkscrew spiral.
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Tom Cruise was filming Mission Impossible in New Zealand in June.
The film will arrive in United Kingdom cinemas from July 26th, the film once again written by and directed by Christopher McQuarrie.
Mission: Impossible - Fallout will open in theaters this summer on July 27, 2018. Cruise suffered an ankle injury a year ago filming a stunt in this latest M:I film that had him jumping across buildings, resulting in production being delayed.
The upcoming sixth installment in the spy series also stars Rebecca Ferguson and Alec Baldwin - who will reprise their roles from previous films - while Henry Cavill, Angela Bassett, Vanessa Kirby, and Sian Brooke join the cast.