Check out these wild photos of Tom Cruise Hanging on a Plane

Tom Cruise Oblivion

Tom Cruise, who will turn 60 next year, is still performing his own stunts. It would really be a stuntman if he hires a stuntman at this point.

The actor is currently filming the eighth (!) Mission Impossible and some of the images released showed the 5 ′ 7” actor hanging from a biplane and often smiling in the face of death.

But the flip side of being notorious for doing stunts on your own is that you’re bound to get injured in the process.

“I’m a very physical actor and I love doing them,” says Cruise The Graham Norton Program. “I studied, practiced and took a long time to figure it all out. I broke a lot of bones. The first of any stunt is nerve-wracking, but it’s also exhilarating. I was told several times while filming a stunt to stop laughing.” Smile a bit too much.

Cruise’s latest stunt involved him hanging upside down from the wing of an airplane. The jet was upside down and then he sat upright for some reason. It looks pretty wild. And also scary. Cruise is probably not afraid of death. It was clear that he was operating on another level and that no ship of the seas or the sky could contain him.

Yachts are Hanged a 1941 Boeing B75N1 Stearman biplane at 2,000 feet and attached to the aircraft with a harness. He’s estimated to be worth $600 million. There’s no reason for him to do this except that he’s wild and needs to be studied. NS Close eyes the actor is also learning to fly, why wouldn’t he?

Stunt for upcoming movie Mission Impossible 8, will be out sometime in 2023. But before that, we’ll see the next Cruise in Mission Impossible 7, which is currently slated for release in 2022 after COVID-19 pushed back the schedule.

Yachts can be made for performance Mission Impossible movies are much longer than your Peloton’s lifespan, but that’s just an excuse for a millionaire to choose to stand on top of the tallest building in the world instead of bathing in a bubble. Check out these wild photos of Tom Cruise Hanging on a Plane


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