It looks like 'Mission: Impossible' 7 will maintain the franchise's rep for doing off-the-wall stunts.
The latest in the 'Mission: Impossible' series recently resumed shooting after being put on hold in the wake of the health crisis.
Filming recommenced in the UK in July. Now the cast and crew have moved onto Møre og Romsdal, Norway, to shoot scenes.
On Saturday, star of the series Tom Cruise practiced battle scenes on the roof of a version of "Orientekspressen" at Åndalsnes in Rauma.
They waited for the optimal conditions to perform a motorcycle stunt from the mountains in Stranda. Such conditions arrived and the scene was shot on Sunday.
The stunt sees Cruise jump straight out of a ramp built on top of the steep mountainside of Helsetkopen.
While the motorcycle fell straight down, the action hero plunged over the mountain wall and deployed his parachute.
Cruise reportedly performed the stunt four times.
Ole Arnstein Ringdal, a local fan, told NRK: "It was completely wild. It looked like there were two men at first glance, but you could see the wheels of the motorcycle in the air. 1200 meters above sea level, straight down from that cliff there."
According to the publication, Cruise also shot skydiving scenes in Norway this weekend. He also jumped out of an orange, Norwegian-owned helicopter.
You can check out footage from the motorcycle stunt here:
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Director of the latest 'Mission: Impossible' movie Christopher McQuarrie shared an image from the day of the shoot on Instagram here: