Mission Impossible 7: a train wreck teased by the director: While filming is not yet complete, Christopher McQuarrie posted a new behind-the-scenes photo from “Mission: Impossible 7.” And suggests that a train accident will be on the program.
Mission Impossible 7
Postponed from November 17, 2021 to May 25, 2022 in France, Mission: Impossible 7 is still surrounded by the greatest of mysteries. But we do know that a sequence will involve a train. Videos taken on set showed Tom Cruise on the roof of a wagon as the vehicle was in motion, then Christopher McQuarrie posted photos of the interior, and finally of the hero hanging on the outer wall, as a cross reference to the final of the first opus of the saga, signed Brian De Palma.
But the director and screenwriter did not stop there. And he teases us today what promises to be a particularly spectacular scene, with this upside down shot that suggests that a train accident will be on the program of this seventh episode of the action franchise. espionage initiated in 1996.
In view of the camera which is attached to one of the walls of the wagon, we should even be able to experience the accident from the inside, with old-fashioned effects. To discover the context of this scene, however, you will have to wait, at least until a trailer.
Especially since the shots, interrupted several times because of the Covid-19, are not yet finished, Cary Elwes, one of the new recruits of the cast, having very recently announced that his participation had only just ended.
Still led by Tom Cruise, Rebecca Ferguson, Simon Pegg and Ving Rhames, Mission: Impossible 7 will record the returns of Vanessa Kirby and Henry Czerny (but not Angela Bassett, who is ultimately absent). And the team will welcome a handful of newbies. Including Hayley Atwell, Pom Klementieff or Shea Whigham, who replaced Nicholas Hoult in the role of the villain.
An impressive cast that will therefore be illustrated on our screens from May 25, 2022. But that we hope to see in action as soon as possible, in a trailer.
“Mission Impossible 7”: a train wreck and fewer blunders?