Several films projects in Hollywood has suffered due to coronavirus pandemic and Tom Cruise starrer Mission: Impossible 7 was one of them. The production was originally scheduled to begin in Venice before moving to Rome in February. However, by March the COVID-19 situation in Italy became worse, resulting in halting the shoot.
Later in July, reports revealed that the Mission: Impossible 7 crew will be blowing up an old bridge in Poland which was later debunked by the director. Now the latest reports claim that the team is in Norway and the shooting of the film has officially begun.
Director Christopher McQuarrie took to Instagram to announce that shooting of MI7 has officially begun. He also shared a breathtaking photo from the set in which an unidentified man was spotted atop a scaffolding with the picturesque mountain view engulfing the background. He captioned the photo, “Action… #MI7 Day 1,” hinting that the production’s first day back in full swing.
Take a look at Christopher McQuarrie’s IG post of Mission: Impossible 7’s Norway set photo:
Fans around the world are eagerly waiting for MI7 to be released in theatres. It seems the team is now ready more ready than ever to provide the thrilling, action-packed feats the series is known for. When the shooting of the film was getting delayed due to the pandemic, images of actress Rebecca Ferguson receiving weapons training was revealed. And just like the previous Mission Impossible films, actor Tom Cruise can be expected to continue doing his own stunts, the cast and crew no doubt have more daring secrets up their sleeves and behind the scenes.
Apart from Cruise and Ferguson, the film also stars Ving Rhames, Simon Peg, Vanessa Kirby and Esai Morales. The film is slated to release at November 19, 2021.