Tom Cruise and Hayley Atwell filmed a Mission Impossible 7 scene handcuffed together (Picture: MEGA)
Tom Cruise and Hayley Atwell have been getting too close for comfort in scenes from Mission Impossible 7 as their characters find themselves handcuffed together.
As ever Tom’s action hero Ethan Hunt has landed himself in a spot of bother, and Hayley is right alongside him.
Filming is taking place in Rome with the cast and crew taking measures to stay safe as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
The stars themselves were taking no chances, especially as they were working so closely, and put on face masks to run through the dramatic moment as they stood next to a black car while chained at the wrist.
They were both dressed smartly – a business meeting with a difference maybe? – with the Top Gun actor looking dapper in a grey waistcoat and trousers and a white shirt with the sleeves rolled up.
British actress Hayley wore a sleek pair of flared pinstriped trousers, heeled boots and a white shirt.
Tom and Hayley were handcuffed together (Picture: MEGA)
They wore face masks for the scene (Picture: MEGA)
Something dramatic had clearly taken place as a pile of motorbikes lay on their sides against a wall.
Hayley’s character is going to be a force to be reckoned with, as previous photos of the star, known for playing Peggy Carter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, in an intense fight scene showed.
Their masks were briefly off as cameras rolled (Picture: MEGA)
Tom looked dapper in a grey suit (Picture: MEGA)
Rebecca Ferguson, Vanessa Kirby and Simon Pegg all return in the next instalment, which is set for release in 2021.
Meanwhile Ethan is getting involved in something typically physically risky as Tom was spotted leaping over boats on the water last month, without getting a drop of water on his suit.
They filmed on the street next to a black car (Picture: MEGA)
A pile up of motorbikes suggested something dramatic had happened (Picture: MEGA)
So far he has been seen jumping from a motorbike and skydiving from a helicopter. You can’t say the man isn’t dedicated to his art.
Mission Impossible 7, currently untitled, will follow 2018’s Mission: Impossible – Fallout.