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Tom Cruise defies gravity in Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning Part 1 First Poster

The famous actor shares the first promotional image of his upcoming movie with an image of his famous jump into the void on a motorcycle.

Tom Cruise defies gravity in Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning Part 1 First Poster

After receiving a single statuette at the recent Oscars for Top Gun Maverick - for Best Sound, you can take a look at all the winners here - it seems that Tom Cruise wants to make it clear that he is here to save Hollywood’s ass, as Steven Spielberg himself recently assured. That’s why he just released the first official poster for Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning Part 1, the first of two installments that will bring an end to one of the most iconic action movie sagas of the last decades. And to do so, he used one of the most talked about images from last year’s shoot: his risky jump into space on a motorcycle.

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Tom Cruise has spent many years away from the Oscar nominations to focus on what he loves most: action movies. And after the small fiasco of Top Gun Maverick at the recent Academy Awards gala, the famous actor wanted to speed up to share the first official image of Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning Part 1. And he blew us away.

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Without hesitation, Cruise and his team chose one of the film's most iconic scenes, which was the subject of much discussion during the making of the film. It is the much-discussed scene in which the actor rides a motocross motorcycle through a mountain canyon to perform a leap into the void, an action he repeated over and over until he got the perfect shot.

Of course, the image is amazing, especially when you consider that the person in the image is Tom Cruise himself, without the use of special effects. Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning Part 1 will soon be released in theaters around the world. Will good old Tom Cruise save the industry once again?

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