Well, the venerable actor has shared our first peek at M:I 6, which is now going by the official title, Mission: Impossible - Fallout.
Paramount also revealed the official synopsis for the movie.
The actor's stunt for the film saw him running across the top of Blackfriars railway bridge, as a helicopter filmed him from above. So what death-defying stunt does Cruise have in store for us with Fallout? And with Tom Cruise having just completed filming on the sequel, he and director Christopher McQuarrie are officially putting the finishing touches on the first trailer, which should be placed in your grubby little hands soon.More news: USA troops risk getting caught in crossfire amid Turkish-Kurdish fighting
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That's right, Cruise will be hanging out of the side of a pilot-less helicopter in mid-air, though SlashFilm points out the shot was likely on a set with the chopper on a rig.
Tom Cruise's next mission might be his most impossible yet: surviving Instagram. "I can't wait for you guys to see more", said Cruise in his posts. He's famously known for doing his own stunts for all of the Mission: Impossible movies, but this time, he broke his ankle while trying to jump from a scaffolding onto an adjacent building. Fallout, is expected to have a good run as well. Rebecca Ferguson, Michelle Monaghan Henry Cavill, Angela Bassett and Vanessa Kirby also star in the movie due out July 27.
In fact, this is the movie that caused Cavill to have some unfortunate CGI work on his upper lip in November's Justice League film.