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Tom Cruise Lands By Helicopter In The Garden Of An English Family

The filming of Mission: Impossible 7 in the UK continues to leave picturesque images to remember. And not all of them have to do with a moving train or falling off a cliff. In this case, it is the picture of a helicopter landing in the garden of your house … and it is Tom Cruise who goes inside.

This is what Alison Webb lived , a neighbor of the English town of Baginton, in the Warwickshire district, whose back garden was chosen by the production of Mission: Impossible 7 to land a helicopter during the filming of the film. The owner of the garden was notified of what would happen and the participation of a great movie star, but without communicating the name. So Cruise’s appearance was a surprise to her and her family.

The decision to land on this neighbor’s private estate was made because the Coventry airfield was temporarily closed. As a thank you, after landing and finishing the job, Cruise posed for several photos with the family. In addition, he proposed to Alison Webb’s children to take a ride in the helicopter (yes, as much as he likes to fly, it was not the actor who was driving it).

Speaking to the BBC, the English citizen and her partner told how they lived this unusual experience. After exiting the vehicle, Cruise “went straight to greet the children and chatted with them, then came over to us, nodded and thanked us.” “It was incredible. I still can’t believe what happened,” the woman concludes.

In addition to landing in helicopters around there, Tom Cruise has also been noticed in an Indian restaurant in Birmingham, where he apparently had chicken Tikka Massala and left 60 pounds (about 70 euros) as a tip to the employees, with whom he also the corresponding photo of rigor was taken.

After a long run with both blockbusters in development simultaneously, Mission: Impossible 7 will be released on May 27, 2022, while Mission: Impossible 8 is scheduled to hit theaters on July 7, 2023.

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