Spanned over 20 years since the first installment, Tom Cruise hasn't lost his touch in making his audience crave for more adventure and action.
We've now reached the point where it would be worth watching an entire movie about just the making of a Mission: Impossible movie because this featurette is fascinating.
The franchise may be called Mission Impossible, but Tom Cruise proves that just about anything is possible in his latest dare devil stunt that's set to blow the mind of audiences around the world. Now a Cruise has shared a new video in which he jumps out of moving plane at an altitude of 25000 feet to get a ideal sunset shot and what is more he had to be perfectly positioned for the two cameramen who also jumped with him to film.
Cruise had to jump out of a plane at 7,600 metres over the Abu Dhabi desert and wait until he was below 600m to pull his parachute for the stunt.
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The scene took more than 100 jumps to complete, with a small window each day around sunset the only time of day the crew were able to film. Tom underwent special training to perform the scene, so much so, a customised helmet was created for the stunt. The stunt required Cruise to run toward a cameraman, who jumps backwards from the cargo bay only a split second before Cruise makes the same leap, and colliding while in the air, said filmmakers, was a real concern.
In the video, Tom Cruise stuntman said, "Our stunts keep getting higher in altitude and lower in oxygen".
Just to highlight further how risky HALO jumps are, people typically spend up to 45 minutes breathing in pure air to prevent hypoxia. Here's how they did it in "Mission: Impossible - Fallout".