Tom Cruise is once again upping the ante on stunts for the upcoming “Mission: Impossible 8”.
Earlier this week, photos were taken of Cruise rehearsing one of the wildest stunts he’s ever undertaken, hanging upside down from the wing of a Second World War-era biplane as it performs loop-the-loops at an altitude of about 2,000 feet.
According to a report from the Daily Mail, Cruise was seen in the cockpit of the bright yellow 1941 Boeing B75N1 Stearman biplane, with the pilot in the back.
Cruise then climbed out of the cockpit, clinging to the wing while the plane performed a nose dive and other aerial manoeuvres after taking off from Duxford airfield in Cambridgeshire, England. Cruise was reportedly attached to the plane with a harness.
Cruise recently completed filming the seventh “Mission: Impossible” film, and immediately began worth on the eighth.
Earlier this year, Cruise reportedly jumped a motorcycle over a massive ramp 13,000 times jumped from an airplane 500 times in order to prepare for a single stunt in the upcoming “Mission: Impossible 7”.