In an unreleased video of Mission: Impossible – Reckoning Part I, Tom Cruise shows behind the scenes of the most dangerous stunt of his career.
Star Tom Cruise is getting older and showing that there seem to be no limits to the challenges he imposes on his career. In a newly released video , the star and director of Mission: Impossible – Reckoning Part I , Christopher McQuarrie (Jack Reacher: The Last Shot) tells how the whole process of studying and performing the biggest action scene in the film was . And perhaps the history of American cinema .
In the images released by Paramount Pictures , we follow Tom Cruise and the production of Mission: Impossible 7 showing how one of the most electrifying action scenes was recorded for the franchise.
Quest for Perfection
In all, Tom Cruise has skydived 500 times and made 13,000 motocross jumps , in addition to having done a year of base jumping . In addition, a ramp was built in a quarry in England to simulate the motorcycle jump that was performed on a cliff in Norway , one of the production's sets.
Only on this ramp were at least six jumps already in the format of what will soon be seen in the film .
Because even in the preparation of the scene, Tom Cruise used a GPS chip so that the direction and crew could record all his jumps, identify his speed on the ground and even the incidence of the wind in each shot. This made it easier to position the drones and cameras.
However, it is impossible to forget the involvement of the team of extreme sports professionals who supported the training and the technical team.
Directed and written by Christopher McQuarrie , Mission: Impossible – Reckoning Part I will hit theaters on July 13, 2023 : “This is the most dangerous thing we've ever tried. We worked on this for years. I've wanted to do this since I was a kid. It all boils down to one thing: the audience ,” declared Tom Cruise .
In short, details of the story are still unknown. Old franchise characters have been known to return , but honestly, who cares? For man continues to test his limits. And we like it!