Tom Cruise denied helicopter landing on Norwegian archipelago

The well-known actor Tom Cruise has recently taken over Norway, where he will film scenes for the upcoming ‘Mission: Impossible’ film.

But things don’t quite go according to plan. The Norwegian government has put an end to some of the film team’s plans, informs NRK.

The film crew had otherwise set their sights on filming on the well-known Arctic archipelago of Svalbard. But even if the TV crew had asked for permission, they are not allowed to do everything they ask for.

Svalbard has refused their application for permission to land with helicopters on the archipelago, as it is feared that this will disturb the wildlife and nature.

However, the film crew has nevertheless started filming, which also makes use of the polar vessel PolarXplorer, which has been rented for the filming.

Despite the trouble, Tom Cruise seems unaffected.

According to the Norwegian media Svalbardposten, the 60-year-old actor walks around happily in the cold surroundings.

‘It’s great to be here,’ he has said, among other things.

The new film will be given the full name ‘Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part Two’ and is expected to be released in early 2024.

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