'Mission: Impossible 6': First Look at the Film's Set

It has been two years since "Mission: Impossible" fans last saw Tom Cruise as Ethan Hunt on the big screen. At last, the long wait will soon be over as production for "Mission: Impossible 6" has already kicked off. For those who are curious about what is happening on the set, a first look at the behind-the-scenes photos has been made available.

The first installment to "Mission: Impossible" wast first shown in cinemas in the summer of 1996. The then 33-year-old Cruise, who played the character of Hunt, portrayed the role really well. The movie did well at the box office and so five more installments were produced. Cruise continued to take the fans' breath away, especially with the stunts he performed. One notable stunt is during a scene in "Mission: Impossible 4" in which the actor scaled the Burj Khalifa in Dubai.

Now, Cruise is back to wow viewers with more crazy stunts on "Mission: Impossible 6." And it looks like the now 54-year-old star's charm has not dimisnished a bit, as he is shown in the set photos revealed by Daily Mail donning his signature all-black outfit.

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Henry Cavill was spotted on the set, too — not as Superman though, but someone who seems like Ethan's right-hand man. His role has not been revealed yet, but many are assuming that he will make Ethan's life easier.

Moreover, the set photos from "Mission: Impossible 6" suggest that the upcoming film will once again be action-filled and suspenseful. The CEO of Skydance Media, David Ellison, hinted that Cruise will perform "the biggest stunt sequence" he has ever made on "Mission: Impossible 6." He also teased that the "Edge of Tomorrow" actor has been training for the said stunt sequence for a year now.

The plot for the forthcoming movie, however, is still kept under wrap. "Mission: Impossible 6" is slated to premiere on July 27, 2018.

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