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Tom Cruise wraps ‘Mission Impossible: Fallout’ in Abu Dhabi

Tom Cruise wraps ‘Mission Impossible: Fallout’ in Abu Dhabi
Written by Shubham Dwivedi

Tom Cruise recently spend some days of his life in Abu dhabi shooting for his upcoming potential blockbuster franchise film ‘Mission Impossible: Fallout’ in Abu Dhabi for some stunt scenes as the film is full of them. Cruise has gone on record to say that this one is the most insanely shot practical stunt film ever. There are many superhero films out there which have created new multiverses but that’s mostly with the help of visual effects on a computer though Cruise and his gang are handling the trouble by hanging off the ropes from thousands of feet.

Cruise is known for doing his own stunt work in the films which are rather dangerous and deadly but he hardly takes a stunt guy to do the tough work for him. He even severely broke his right ankle in performing one of the stunts for the film in which he had to jump the length of a building with many floors high in the air. As the stunt was completed by Cruise, he realized that his right ankle completely bended over in another direction from the normal and the shoot had to be stalled.

Since the release date is already announced and a big summer blockbuster like this can not be changing it so Cruise returned to shoot without his ankle being totally repaired and started doing the heavy action work. A very big chunk of the film is already completed by them and post production would have to be perfected in time in order to hit the release mark. Superman famed Henry Cavills is also starring in this film as an antagonist standing against Cruise’s IMF. Simon Pegg would retain his role from the past installments as the technological guy lending a hand to cruise whenever he goes and does the real work.

 

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Shubham Dwivedi

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