Cruise and the entire Mission Impossible team will finish filming in Norway, to no longer delay the completion of the shootings.

Tom Cruise invested a large sum in the rental of a huge ship off the Norwegian coast, where it is planned to continue filming the new installment of ‘Mission Impossible’.

The actor and producer of this successful saga, paid more than half a million dollars to the Hurtigruten company, from mid-August to the end of September, as reported on the Norway Today portal.

The filming of ‘Mission Impossible’ began in Venice, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, the filming had to be suspended. The interest in continuing these cruises is that they are like floating cities, where you can have a strict sanitary control for the safety of actors, and other members of the film and production team.

Without having planned it, Cruise and the entire Mission Impossible team will finish filming in Norway, to no longer delay the completion of the recordings and thus also avoid more unforeseen expenses.