Mission Impossible 7 is currently being filmed in some parts of Norway under the directing duties of Christopher Mcquarrie and starring Hollywood legend Tom Cruise as lead is all set to wrap production in the coming months. Meanwhile, production is also gearing up for Mission Impossible 8 that is scheduled to film immediately after the production wrap on Mission Impossible 7.
The Mission Impossible franchise goes all the way back to 25 years where the very first installment starred Tom Cruise which earned him his major action role break and ever since he hasn’t seemed to have stopped. The franchise now has 6 movies under its belt with two more still in production.
The Mission Impossible franchise is famous for its spy setting filled with espionage content along with heavy action sequences and jaw-dropping stunts. Every single film is filmed and situated in a different city of a different country and focuses on the tackling of corrupt government officials. Which also allows every single film to earn more money than its predecessors.
The first film was situated in Prague, the second one in Sydney, the third one in Hong Kong, the fourth one in Dubai, the fifth one in Casablanca, the sixth one in Paris and the seventh would take part in Rome or Oslo.
Each film also has a signature or trademark stunt featuring Tom Cruise himself who performs them all by himself. From HALO jump to scaling Burj khalifa and from climbing a mountain in Sydney to swinging between buildings in Hong Kong this man has done it all and has come out alive and in a single piece as well.
Now word just dropped on Christopher’s Instagram that 5 new yet familiar faces have joined the cast of this espionage legacy that is already filled with stars like Tom Cruise, Rebecca Ferguson, Ving Rhames, Simon Pegg, and Jeremy Renner. These newcomers are Rob Delaney, Charles Parnell, Indira Varma, Cary Elwes, and Mark Gatiss.