WATCH TOM CRUISE AMAZING ACTUAL STUNTS FOR MISSION IMPOSSIBLE 6 FALLOUT


Tom Cruise is known for his Awesome Jaw dropping stunts in movies , but form Mission: Impossible  Fallout behind-the-scenes video shows  the most insane stunt. The  actor’s has to do never pulled out high altitude low-open (HALO) jump for the movie. It requires a huge amount of Patience, courage and hard work to get it done right.


The high altitude, low opening (HALO) jump is a means of airdropping military personnel into hostile territory undetected it is  developed in 1960s by the United States Air Force. It’s been normal do these sort of thing  in a spy movie. What’s you unheard  is that actually an actor to perform the unusual dangerous stunt. Hey of course it’s Tom Cruise can do it anyway, because he is the hero of impossible remember. 

Normal skydiving occurs at around 13,000 feet. But HALO jump occurs at between 15,000 and 35,000 feet. It average of five miles straight up in the sky and needs specialized suits and huge amount of training, the jumper can suffer from the bends or hypoxia. It is not something normal people can even think of. 

A full year in the making. Check out how we did it. #MissionImpossible Falloutpic.twitter.com/FMsPWfSZfR

— Tom Cruise (@TomCruise) June 3, 2018

 The movie crew built a huge wind tunnel so everybody can rehearse so what Tom Cruise, camera men and others actually needs to do while they are in the air. Then they done  100’s standard parachute jumps so they can rehearse the scene  and to filming in the air. You can seeTom Cruise, cameraman and two others are jumping in the video. There’s also a guy with a camera who has to do everything Tom Cruise does, only backward and with a camera strapped to his face. The pair had to learn how to not crash into each other.

you can see in the trailer, driving helicopters crazily in the mountains and jumping from one  rooftop to another. From of all the stunts Tom Cruise performed for the new movie, he broke an ankle while jumping from rooftop. you can see here