“Tom Cruise wasn’t scared in Mission Impossible Stunts,” says Vanessa Kirby

It’s one thing to see it Tom Cruise seemingly contradict the laws of reason in the “Impossible Mission” franchise, but watching the actor perform his stunts in person is a whole different experience. Vanessa Kirbyreprising her role as the White Widow “Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One” says she was on set when Cruise jumped off a motorcycle after riding it off a cliff in Iceland for the eighth installment of M:I.

“He did it many times in one day,” Kirby recalls. “He did it sequentially…and repeated so he could capture all the different angles and sides of it.”

If Cruise was nervous, he certainly didn’t show it. “He was just so calm,” says Kirby. “He wasn’t afraid. He just found it intoxicating. His belief in cinema and what you can achieve and his passion for it is so inspiring. He kinda believes he can do the impossible And then he does… I love being a part of the franchise. I’m really looking forward to coming back.”

Dead Reckoning Part One hits theaters on July 14th. Kirby has signed up for at least one more part. “I would hope they would have me,” she said when asked if she would like to do more. “I love playing my character because it’s kind of unusual, weird, funny, and ambiguous.”

Paramount Presents 20 Minutes of Dead Reckoning during its presentation at CinemaCon last month. Christopher McQuarrie, who directed the previous two Mission: Impossible films, returns, as do cast members Kirby, Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson and Ving Rhames.

https://variety.com/2023/film/columns/mission-impossible-vanessa-kirby-tom-cruise-stunts-1235610526/ “Tom Cruise wasn’t scared in Mission Impossible Stunts,” says Vanessa Kirby


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