Tom Cruise might be able to perform all the biggest death-defying stunts in the world as he plays the role of Super Spy Ethan Hunt, but now the bad guys know his weakness as there’s one thing that made the filming of the new film in the franchise come to a grinding halt, some woolly farm animals that made it a “Mission Impossible” to continue filming.
The massive flock of sheep wandered through the set of the film that is currently filming around the Lakes district of the UK. It caused filming to shut down while the animals made their way through the area leaving Cruise and the crew laughing as the sheep moved in as if they owned the place, wandering around as everyone gave them plenty of space and enjoyed the show.
Delays like this can cause major upsets to a film’s budget and with the previous movie in the franchise going a reported $300 Million dollars over budget, It leaves us wondering what price tag the sheep have added to this one.
“Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning Part 1 is expected to be in cinemas on July 14th 2023 and part 2 will be the following year on June 28th 2024.