Mission: Impossible’s Christopher McQuarrie Claims His More Difficult Days Of Shooting Are Coming In The Upcoming Sequels, So What Insane Tom Cruise Stunts Await?


It’s been a while since we last saw Tom Cruise playing Ethan Hunt in the Mission: Impossible movies, with 2018’s Fallout not only earning critical acclaim like its immediate two predecessors, but also becoming the highest-grossing entry in the franchise. But for Cruise, director/writer Christopher McQuarrie and many more, they’ve been firmly entrenched in the Mission: Impossible world for years now, with Dead Reckoning Part One having filmed on and off over the latter half of 2020 and into fall 2021, and Dead Reckoning Part Two having begun filming this past March. But there’s still quite a bit of footage left to capture, and McQuarrie has claimed that his more difficult days of filming are coming up, leading us to wonder why kind of insane Cruise stunts are coming up.

Every now and then, Christopher McQuarrie will turn to social media to either share updates on how the movie he’s working on is coming along, and occasionally he’ll answer some fan questions/inquiries. This time around, a fan asked the filmmaker on Twitter what was his most difficult scene to film, and he answered:

I’m in the air, shooting it right now. And two harder ones await.



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