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The Mission Impossible series have been a rage in pop culture for the death defying stunts that this series offers. The latest instalment – Mission Impossible Fallout is creating a lot of moolah at the box office, Tom Cruise has extended his limits this time and people are showering love on him.
The film is turning no stones unturned to make its presence felt. Hence, in a recent act, the film’s screening was held atop a cliff where around 2000 people came via hiking and mountain climbing. If this isn’t adrenaline, I don’t know what is!
Tom took to his twitter handle to break this news. “2,000 feet, 2,000 people, 4 hours of hiking. The most impossible screening of #MissionImpossible Fallout. Thank you all for coming! I wish I could have been there,” the actor wrote in the tweet.
The location looks quite similar to the setting of film’s one of the many action sequences. Reportedly, the makers of the film were not allowed to shoot in India, hence, they shot the scene at Norway’s iconic Preikestolen. Though, the makers removed all the reference of Kashmir for the Indian release.
Talking about the performance of the film: The film is on the road to become the most successful movie of this franchise. It has received love from all quarters of world and critics also loved and lauded the film. The film has made over $300 million worldwide in two weeks of release.
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- Shivam
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