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VIDEO: Tom Cruise In Amazing Tate Modern Stunt ๐ŸŽฌ

The Maverick actor had two helicopters filming this dangerous scene ๐Ÿš๐Ÿš

Oh, so cool! Tom Cruise was spotted climbing the iconic Tate Modern for Mission Impossible: Fallout.

Tom Cruise, who is known for doing his own stunts, braved high winds in London while shooting the precarious scene at the top of the Tate Modernโ€™s 99-meter chimney, for M:I6.

The exact filming location is: Tate Modern, Bankside, London SE1 9TG and can be viewed on our PapMap.

Tom Cruise filming a dangerous stunt on top of the Tate Modern in London! ยฉ The MEGA Agency
Tom Cruise filming a dangerous stunt on top of the Tate Modern in London! ยฉ The MEGA Agency

After climbing up with ropes, the Top Gun 2: Maverick star ran up the edge of the roof while two filming helicopters shot the scene from above. He then shook hands with the safety people when he got down. What a guy!

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With Top Gun: Maverick now completed and with Cruise reprising his role as Pete Mitchell, there are some cool posters and merchandise available including this eye-catching retro poster opposite.

This Maverick movie poster has the hashtag #topgun flying through the middle and is brought to you by the Tomorrow Sunny brand on Amazon.

The poster features the iconic red, blue and white colors that Tom Cruise’s character Pete Mitchell wears. The Maverick triangular design can actually be seen on the original helmet worn by Pete Mitchell.

The question we want to know is will there be a Top Gun 3? With Val Kilmer and Ed Harris starring in the sequel and Miles Teller playing Goose’s son Lieutenant Bradley “Rooster” Bradshaw maybe Pete Mitchell’s son or daughter will be the subject of the third installment of the franchise.

Tom Cruise Trivia: Tom Cruise was born in Syracuse, New York but went to school in Ottawa, Canada!

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Written by Connor Claire

Wandering freelance writer with a strange accent and a love for everything from politics to animals to Otter Pops to Seinfeld.

Connor Claire has over 10 years' of experience in the entertainment industry in film production & distribution and now she writes about it. Sheโ€™s also super caffeinated and spends far too much time googling. Her interests include health, sociopolitical satire, human rights issues, pop culture and the arts.

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