Mission Impossible 7 is already filming vertigo scenes

Misión Imposible 7 ya está rodando escenas de vértigo

Mission Impossible 7 started its filming plan again. And on social networks, videos of vertigo scenes have already begun to circulate.

After all the comings and goings in recent weeks, and having to solve a multitude of inconveniences that have arisen as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, Mission Impossible 7 is already being shot. It was announced by the director of the film, Christopher McQuarrie, by posting an impressive image on his social networks. The photo is already dizzying, but now that we were able to see a video of the scene in question, we are even more impressed.

Adding a simple “Action. Day 1 ”to the image, McQuarrie confirmed that they are already immersed in the filming of Mission Impossible 7, and he did it with a photo of those that take your breath away. Something like this must have thought Rian Johnson who has not hesitated to react by answering “oh for the love of God” to such a wink. Now, after letting ourselves be amazed by that sight, we are witnesses of what was brewing behind that photo, a more than impressive action scene!

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Action… # MI7 Day 1

A post shared by Christopher McQuarrie (@christophermcquarrie) on Sep 6, 2020 at 9:14 am PDT

The video was released through a tweet in which you can see how that immense platform that ends up giving into the void, is designed for Ethan Hunt to travel on a motorcycle and throw himself into the abyss over which he ends up hovering thanks to a parachute. In the images, it is not quite possible to perceive who is responsible for such a somersault, but taking into account the background of Tom Cruise, star of the film, we would not be surprised if he himself was in charge of executing the stunt scene. Everything seems to be being captured from a helicopter that flies over the platform and follows the fearful maneuver.

Safety first

We do not know if this specific sequence of Mission Impossible 7 is executed in its entirety by Tom Cruise, but the interpreter, who usually performs most of the stunts that accompany his character wherever he goes, is already practicing some other body to body that will be part of your next mission. We see it in some photos collected by The Daily Mail in which the actor appears keeping all the security measures. And it is that the customary harnesses that are not lacking in the filming of this type of adventures, now join the indispensable masks focused on preventing any contagion between the tape team. So we hope that filming can continue without setbacks.

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