‘Mission: Impossible 6’ Wraps New Zealand Filming, New Photo Released | Film News
Filming in New Zealand has wrapped for Mission: Impossible 6 in New Zealand, with more filming set for various other locations. Tom Cruise celebrated the end of filming by tweeting a photo of him and castmates Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson and Ving Rhames. Already, you can glimpse the breathtaking New Zealand backdrop, promising beautiful shots in the final film.
Thank you to the amazing people of New Zealand! I've had a great time filming the next Mission: Impossible here. pic.twitter.com/GqSmAJpQ7q
— Tom Cruise (@TomCruise) July 9, 2017
The film’s director and writer Christopher McQuarrie – who has worked with Tom Cruise many times, namely on Jack Reacher (2012), Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation (2015) and the screenplay for The Mummy (2017) – retweeted the photo, signing off: “Leave a light on, London. We’re coming home. #MI6“. It looks as if filming is going global, and success likely will, too.
Kia Ora, New Zealand. Thanks to everyone there who helped us achieve the Impossible.
— ChristopherMcQuarrie (@chrismcquarrie) July 9, 2017
Mission: Impossible 6 will be released in 2018.
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