Tom Cruise has taken his travel to the next level, flying his helicopter to go to the set of "Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part Two" production. As a result, Jenny Agutter revealed that the A-list star's commute ruined the filming of her BBC drama "Call the Midwife" Season 12.
In an interview with The Mirror, Agutter opened up about how Cruise kept on "ruining" "Call the Midwife" Season 12 filming by landing his helicopter outside their shooting location. Knowing the actor's fame and the different way he commuted, his arrival in Surrey, England, usually caused a commotion while the series' cast tried to shoot their scenes.
As Katie Holmes' former husband is yet to address the issue, the 69-year-old actress was asked if she would confront him about his alleged "rude chopper habits."
She said she would go across in her habit and imagined herself, saying, "Excuse me, Tom, but look, we're trying to film." "I don't know about you, but just get your helicopter out of here quickly!" she said.
According to reports, Cruise is filming the eighth "Mission: Impossible" movie at Longcross Film Studios in Chertsey, where the BBC period drama was also filmed.
Suri Cruise's father could no longer disturb the show's filming. Hello Magazine reported that "Call the Midwife" Season 12's production officially wrapped up. The show's official Instagram page announced the good news by sharing a snap of Stephen McGannand and Laura Main with their on-screen kids, Max Macmillan, April Rae Hoang, Alice Brown, and Ned Shaw.
The caption said the stars had just finished their last scene for the 12th season, adding its traditional clapperboard shot belonged to the Turners this time. It continued that the actors ended their season filming in the Turner house set, so the fictional family's kids were keen to hold the iconic clapperboard for themselves.
It then teased that its next stop was the Christmas special. As expected, fans celebrated the news and filled the post's comment section with their excitement to see the new season, which would be out in 2023.
Meanwhile, Cruise is known for being a licensed pilot; thus, he can fly his own plane. He's so active in the air that he even does his own stunts in the "Top Gun" movies.
He said he always thought there was something that he could do, and he wanted to push the art form. He would often ask himself how he could immerse his audience into a movie with that kind of action and entertain them with it as he detailed his obsession with risk-taking.
How far could he go with his flying abilities? Aside from flying to the set of his latest "Mission: Impossible" movie, he also flew himself to the "Top Gun: Maverick" premiere.