Hollywood star Tom Cruise has reportedly been studying to fly a World Conflict II navy aircraft for dogfight scenes in ‘Mission: Unattainable 8’. The 59-year-old star, who is understood for performing his personal stunts in his motion blockbusters, has been noticed flying a 1943 Boeing Stearman Mannequin 75 on the Duxford Airfield in Cambridgeshire within the UK, stories femalefirst.co.uk.
The aircraft, which had two film rigs on its wings, will probably be filmed in a chase with one other wartime aircraft.
The star has already begun his work as agent Ethan Hunt for ‘Mission: Unattainable 8’, which isn’t slated for launch till 2023, despite the fact that filming has solely just lately wrapped on the upcoming ‘Mission: Unattainable 7’.
A supply instructed The Solar newspaper’s Weird column: “Tom had began to be taught to fly a Boeing Stearman biplane earlier this 12 months for a significant stunt scene in ‘Mission: Unattainable 8’. It is clearly a extremely expert process however as typical he has no plans to chop any corners or herald a stuntman.”
The supply added: “Filming has solely simply wrapped on ‘Mission: Unattainable 7’ however Tom has not given himself a break. And attempting to movie jaw-dropping scenes with an 80-year-old aircraft is especially harmful.”
Cruise can be set to fly planes in ‘Prime Gun: Maverick’ and beforehand promised followers that there has “by no means been” an aerial scene fairly just like the one which will probably be featured within the film, which is a sequel to the 1986 hit ‘Prime Gun’.