Tom Cruise interrupted by a large flock of sheep on the rural ‘Mission: Impossible 8’ set

tom cruiseArguably one of the most famous movie stars on the planet, Wednesday became a sheep herder sometime.

The 60-year-old actor was in the middle of filming a sequence for “Impossible Goal Dead Reckoning Part Two” When a huge herd of sheep invaded the set in the Lake District of England, according to pagesix, Filming kicked off as Cruise made way for the animals to pass by while laughing.

Although the release date of ‘Mission Impossible 8’ has not been announced yet, seventh installment Wrapped up in September 2021. The first part of “Dead Reckoning” will hit theaters in July 2023.

The cruise, which jumped straight from production to production, has also stopped for tourists in the Lake District.

Adam Wheeler and Lucy Hinch of Barnard Castle were vacationing in the area and walking their dog Blitz when they encountered a cruise on High Cragg Mountain, According to Northern Echo, Cruz was about to paraglide from the summit when he took the time to pose with his starstruck fans.

“He was nice and polite and really polite,” Wheeler told the local media outlet. “He was making sure everyone who wanted to take their pictures with him. We were the last to get a picture of him, and then he went back up the mountain to his camp next to Buttermere.

“He was doing all his stunts himself,” Wheeler said. “He was being flown by one helicopter and then another would film him paragliding. We saw him go down several times.”

Cruise stars in the action movie franchise as “Impossible Mission Force” agent Ethan Hunt and has been filming scenes from the eighth film since July. Wheeler said he’s seen a few movies but “definitely” plans to catch it now that he’s met the star.

“It was a real pleasure to meet one of the richest men – one of Hollywood’s most celebrated celebrity actors,” Wheeler told The Northern Echo. “It was not what we expected when walking on the falls.”

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