The seventh instalment of the 'Mission Impossible' franchise is currently scheduled to be released in November 2021.
Tom Cruise and company has concluded in Abu Dhabi on ‘Mission Impossible 7’.
Also, Tom Cruise, who has been in UAE to film Mission: Impossible 7, was seen outside Louvre Abu Dhabi in a new photo shared on Twitter.
Cruise appeared alongside Hamad Al Hosani outside the capital’s museum on February 13.
“Every time I meet him, he tells me, ‘I love Abu Dhabi, I love your country’,” Hosani’s Twitter post reads in English and Arabic.
Christopher McQuarrie also took to social media to announce his picture’s wrapping up.
McQuarrie, the film’s director, posted a heartfelt message to the emirate on his Instagram, thanking Abu Dhabi for helping save the film’s difficult production in the face of COVID-19, which spanned multiple continents, and for the hospitality it provided.
“What makes the desert beautiful is that somewhere it hides a well – Antoine De Saint Exupery,” the filmmaker wrote on Instagram affixed to a picture of a lone figure on horseback in the dunes. The process of putting together a film in the UAE, McQuarrie also noted, made his and the crew’s life far easier.
“Grace and graciousness, magic and majesty, hospitality and hope. Of the many challenges we’ve faced on our journey, none will be greater than outshining the gifts Abu Dhabi has given us.
“On behalf of our entire cast and crew, sincerest and most heartfelt thanks to the Government of Abu Dhabi, His Excellency Mohamed Al Mubarak, the Abu Dhabi Film Commission, twofour54, Etihad Airways and CEO Tony Douglas, ADAC and CEO Shareef Al Hashmi, HM Ambassador to the UAE Patrick Moody, The United States Marine Corp and all of our incredible military personnel.
“And, of course, thanks to our extraordinary local cast, crew and the very fine people of Abu Dhabi. We shall most sincerely miss you until we see you again.”
The director then stated the team was returning to London to finish off the project.
“All aboard for our greatest challenge yet…”