Tom Cruise has a good reason to film Mission Impossible – Deadly Calculation Part OneBest stunts on the first day of production.
In the seventh movie in Mission Impossible franchise, Cruise joins forces with Avengers star Hayley Atwell to track down a terrifying new weapon that threatens humanity.
In what has been called “the most dangerous stunt of his career,” Cruise’s Ethan Hunt rides his motorbike off a cliff before pulling a parachute and drifting to safety.
In an interview with Tonight’s reception, Cruise explained that if anything happened while filming the stunt, at least they wouldn’t waste time filming.
“Well, we know we’re either going to go with the movie or we’re not. Let’s know the first day! Explanatory journey. “Tell us on day one what happens: Are we all going to move on or is it a big rewrite?”
“I’m training and I’m ready,” Cruise added. “You have to be razor sharp when you do things like that. It was very important when we were preparing for the movie that it was really the first thing. I don’t want to drop it and go shoot other things and leave my mind somewhere else. Everyone was ready. Let’s just finish it.”
In a recent interview with Empire magazine, death calculation Director Christopher McQuarrie further explained: “Doing it on day one gave us all the time in the world to understand why he [Ethan] doing what he is doing.
“If we sit back and try to find these movies in an old-fashioned way, you’ll never find it, simply because it’s a living, breathing thing.”
Critics got a chance to see the film for the first time this week at its red carpet premiere in Rome.
For the most part, critics flattered Cruise and the film’s spectacular action sequences. Back in April, the star treated Cinemacon attendees to an “epic” 20-minute motorcycle chase scene in the film, in which the 60-year-old action star bombs around the Italian capital.
death calculation saw the return of a cast that included Ving Rhames, Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson, Henry Czerny, Vanessa Kirby and Frederick Schmidt.
They feature newcomers Atwell, Pom Klementieff, Cary Elwes, Rob Delaney, Indira Varma, Shea Whigham, Mark Gatiss, Esai Morales, and Charles Parnell.
Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One in theaters on July 12.