Mission Impossible 7 stops again after an explosive stunt goes wrong

Bad luck for Mission Impossible 7, since after the stoppage they suffered due to the Coronavirus, now an explosive trick has caused chaos.

Mission Impossible 7 has been forced to shut down production once again after a serious problem on the film's set. This is just the latest snag for the film, after they were forced to shut down earlier this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the report, the stunt involved a stuntman on a motorcycle jumping off a high ramp, which quickly went awry after the motorcycle burst into flames upon landing. The stunt reportedly took six weeks to prepare and is among the most expensive action sequences shot in England.

“It has been a huge challenge for the stage and it has cost a fortune, not to mention weeks and weeks of construction. But when the big day arrived, it went terribly wrong ", details a worker from Mission Impossible 7." The idea was for the double to land on huge pillows stuffed with cardboard to cushion the blow, while the bicycle crashed safely against the ground a few feet away. Unfortunately, it was miscalculated. The heat and friction of the tires caused that when the bike collided, the cardboard padding sparked and caught fire. The smoke was so strong that they had to close down a nearby RAF airfield ”.

Luckily there are no serious injuries.

Oxfordshire Fire Services reportedly dispatched five fire trucks and equipment to the shoot, and the set itself is now temporarily closed as authorities attempt to investigate what happened. While there were no serious injuries caused by the mishap of the stunt, the very fact that it happened will be a major financial setback, and the star of Mission Impossible 7, Tom cruise, apparently not very happy with it.

"Fortunately, no one was injured, but it is a total catastrophe, not to mention extremely costly for everyone involved," continues the source. “Tom Cruise is very frustrated. Nobody wants more delays in the filming of Mission Impossible 7 ”.

For now, the release date is set for November 19, 2021. Hopefully Mission Impossible 7 directed by Christopher McQuarrie do not suffer any more delays in your filming and can reach theaters on time.

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