Tom Cruise Had No Fear in Mission Impossible Stunts Vanessa Kirby Says

It’s one factor to see Tom Cruise seemingly defy the legal guidelines of sanity within the “Mission: Impossible” franchise, however it’s a complete different expertise watching the actor full his stunts in particular person. Vanessa Kirby, who reprises her position because the White Widow in “Mission: Impossible — Dead Reckoning Part One,” says she was on set when Cruise parachuted from a motorbike after driving it off a cliff in Iceland for the eighth installment of “M:I.”

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

If Cruise was nervous, he certain didn’t present it. “He was just so calm,” Kirby says. “He had no fear. He just found it exhilarating. That kind of belief in cinema and what one could achieve and his passion for it is so inspiring. He kind of believes he can do the impossible and then he does…I love being a part of the franchise. I’m really excited to come back.”

“Dead Reckoning Part One” can be in theaters July 14. Kirby is signed up for at the least yet another installment. “I would hope they would have me,” she mentioned when requested if she needs to do much more. “My character, I love playing because she’s kind of unusual, strange and fun and ambiguous.”

Paramount debuted 20 minutes of “Dead Reckoning” through the its presentation final month at CinemaCon. Christopher McQuarrie, who directed the 2 earlier “Mission: Impossible” motion pictures, returns, as do ensemble members Kirby, Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson and Ving Rhames. 

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