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Mission: Impossible: Railroad tracks teeter above Derbyshire quarry set to be slated for new Tom Cruise movie Ents & Arts news

A quarry in Derbyshire appears to be used as the location for an action-packed drama in the upcoming Mission: Impossible movie.

The photos show a railroad track heading to a precipice at the surface mine near Stoney Middleton in the Peak District.

Tom cruise, who plays the main character Ethan Hunt, had previously been seen filming in the North York Moors.

Tom Cruise and costar on set
Tom Cruise and Hayley Atwell on the North Yorkshire Plateau earlier this week

The 58-year-old actor, known for his own stunts, was seen atop a model steam train during the week.

The Hollywood actor greeted members of the public who spotted him near the town of Pickering on a heritage railroad.

Cruise is known for his own stunts
Cruise is known for his own stunts

During filming, he was seen wearing a face mask, a blue turtleneck sweater, pants and boots.

The actor was also joined by his entourage.

The track seems to arch upwards as it stretches
It’s easy to imagine a tense action scene taking place on a broken track

Hundreds of crew members were seen around the set in North Yorkshire.

The lead man arrived in a helicopter and was seen opposite Hayley Atwell.

The upcoming film, so far known as Mission: Impossible 7, suffered a number of setbacks during production.

The most important of these was the delays caused by the coronavirus, filming set to begin in Italy in February 2020.

Production then moved to Warner Bros Studios in Leavesden, Hertfordshire.

Tom Cruise walking on the set
Cruise walking on the plateau, where fans spotted it

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Earlier this month, the film’s release date was pushed back from November to May 2022.

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This notice was published: 2021-04-25 16:10:00