The train set-up was captured and uploaded to Twitter by a fan over the weekend, which sees Cruise (who plays Ethan Hunt) taking a break from filming while surrounded by crew members.
He smiles and waves at the camera as the passers-by struggle to contain their excitement and amusement. Just another day at the office for Mr. Cruise, then.
Elsewhere, McQuarrie was recently forced to respond to reports that the film would blow up an 111-year-old Polish bridge for one of its scenes.
If you are wondering where Christopher McQuarrie is... pic.twitter.com/BdMf2hgtOJ— Cinephilia & Beyond (@LaFamiliaFilm) October 4, 2020
"To respect and celebrate the places we film is our prime directive. No one involved in the production asked for permission to destroy a historically significant landmark in Poland.
"In all sincerity, our only agenda is to tell an engaging story as authentically as we can and hopefully entertain the hell out of you."
Mission: Impossible 7 currently has a scheduled release date of November 19, 2021, with an eighth movie pencilled in for 2022.
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