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Fan catches the daring motorcyclist's death-defying ramp start


Ethan Hunt is back to cheat death: Fan captures the daring biker's death-defying ramp start as filming continues in the UK for the new Tom Cruise Mission: Impossible

  • The video of one of his stunts shows an actor driving his motorcycle off a huge ramp
  • And the driver could be Tom Cruise, famous for doing his own stunts
  • The seventh film was shot near Wallington, Oxfordshire last month

Tom Cruise's new Mission: Impossible Blockbuster is back on track with new fan material showing the filming of one of the daring stunts.

The video recorded by a viewer shows an actor driving a motorcycle off a huge ramp.

And the driver could be Cruise, famous for doing his own stunts.

The 58-year-old plays special agent Ethan Hunt in the stunt-tastic Mission: Impossible franchise.

A fan shared footage showing a daring stunt on the seventh episode of Mission: Impossible in Wallington, Oxfordshire

Pictured: Tom Cruise on a motorcycle during Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation 2015, the third highest-rated film starring Cruise.

Pictured: Tom Cruise on a motorcycle during Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation 2015, the third highest-rated film starring Cruise.

And the seventh episode, directed by Christopher McQuarrie, was filmed near Wallington, Oxfordshire last month.

The £ 2 million set was thrown into chaos when a motorcycle exploded on the set.

Cruise is said to have been furious about the catastrophe – which set Mission Impossible.

However, new footage from a fan near the set on Saturday shows that filming is back on track.

The video shows a motorcyclist who could be a cruise.

They are flanked by two drones filming the daring stunt.

The rider flies off the ramp and is detached from the bike, which flies to the ground.

The actor is then lowered to the ground with a cable in a chalk pit full of pillows.

The film team had temporarily put traffic lights nearby to prevent the drivers from rubberizing the stunts.

However, the dedicated fan managed to capture the thrilling shot by cycling down a bridle path.

The video, which was recorded by a viewer, shows an actor who could be Tom Cruise, riding a motorcycle off a huge ramp

The video, which was recorded by a viewer, shows an actor who could be Tom Cruise, riding a motorcycle off a huge ramp

The fan who filmed the shot drove down a bridle path to avoid the film crew's temporary traffic lights and prevent the drivers from rubberizing the stunts

The fan who filmed the shot drove down a bridle path to avoid the film crew's temporary traffic lights and prevent the drivers from rubberizing the stunts

Mission: Impossible 7

The latest movie in the Mission: Impossible franchise was supposed to be released on July 23, 2021, but is now expected in November 2021.

A small number of cast and crew created "bubbles" to keep submitting death-defying stunts during the lockdown.

Of course, Tom Cruise will play Ethan Hunt, Rebecca Ferguson returns as MI6's girlfriend Ilsa Faust, and Hayley Atwell will star in both the seventh and eighth films.

Christopher McQuarrie has promised fans stunts that "swallow the last three films whole".

The film recently hit the news over rumors of alleged plans to demolish a bridge in Poland that is a protected monument.

Filming recently stopped after a motorcycle caught fire.

Nobody was injured and the crew started filming again.

He said, “It seemed like nothing was happening, there was total silence.

Then we heard the motorcycle spin and the adrenaline started pumping.

"We were so close we heard them say," Three, two, one, action. "

& # 39; It was a fantastic experience to see it live. I can't wait to see what it looks like in the movie.

“You've been there for about a month.

“It is known that they are filming Mission: Impossible 7 there.

They built it for two weeks and were supposed to start shooting but had to rebuild part of the ramp.

"I love the mission: impossible films, they're fantastic."

The crew had taken over an abandoned RAF air force base in Oxfordshire to film scenes.

You had originally planned to film in Venice, but had to leave Italy because of the coronavirus.

The crew and actors – including Cruise, Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson and Ving Rhames – were put into a biosecure bubble to quickly shoot many scenes.

Cruise regularly visits the UK to film scenes for the Mission: Impossible franchise.

The fourth film Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation was partially shot at RAF Wittering near Stamford, Lincs and Southampton Water, Hants.

In the previous episode Mission: Impossible Fallout, Cruise was shot while sprinting over Blackfriars Bridge in London.

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