Tom Cruise takes to the road with Hayley Atwell in a yellow Fiat as they film Mission Impossible 7

Tom Cruise takes to the road with Hayley Atwell in a yellow Fiat as they film Mission Impossible 7

They’ve been back to work on the big-budget blockbuster during the COVID-19 pandemic.


And Tom Cruise and Hayley Atwell jumped behind the wheel of a yellow Fiat 500 as they filmed a dramatic pursuit for Mission Impossible 7 in Rome on Saturday.


The actor, 58, cut a dapper figure in a grey three-piece suit as he and co-star Hayley, 38, jumped behind the wheel of the vintage car to film a dramatic chase scene.


Back to work: Tom Cruise, 58, and Hayley Atwell, 38, jumped behind the wheel of a yellow Fiat 500 as they filmed a dramatic pursuit for Mission Impossible 7 in Rome on Saturday



Tom looked ever-sharp in his grey ensemble as he donned a black face mask to record more scenes for the blockbuster.


The actor jumped behind the wheel of the Fiat with Hayley at his side to film the tense scenes.


Tom and Hayley were in good spirits as they chatted to crew members between scenes, with the Captain America star looking stylish in tight black trousers and a pale blue shirt.


Dynamic duo: The pair were in the midst of filming another dramatic chase scene in the vehicle as production for the blockbuster continue in Rome, Italy



Happy: Both Tom (left) and Hayley (right) were in good spirits as they filmed the scenes, donning face masks as they interaction with crew during the COVID-19 crisis



Off we go! As the cameras rolled, Tom jumped behind the wheel of the yellow Fiat to film the action-packed scenes



We’re back! Filming for the seventh instalment of the Mission Impossible series has been up and running for several weeks after being suspended in March due to the COVID-19 crisis



On the road again: Before filming relocated to Italy, the cast and crew had been working on the action blockbuster in Norway



Filming for the upcoming action movie was halted in Italy earlier this year after cases of coronavirus rose sharply. 


The crew and actors have been in Norway filming ever since, before returning to the Italian capital to continue with scenes.


Earlier this summer it was reported that Tom hired a £500,000 ship for the film’s crew in Norway to avoid any coronavirus-related delays.





Safety first: Tom ensured he had a face mask on between scenes as the cast and crew prepared him for filming



Splashing out: Earlier this summer it was reported that Tom hired a £500,000 ship for the film’s crew in Norway to avoid any coronavirus-related delays



On hold: Filming was already delayed for five months after COVID-19 spread across Italy, where production had been based in March



A long wait: The film’s release date has also been delayed to November 2021 to accommodate the push-back in filming



Filming was already delayed for five months after COVID-19 spread across Italy, where production had been based in March, leading the release date to be pushed back to November 2021.   


‘They are terrified of further delays. Tom is determined not to see any more hold-ups. The studio believes it will keep everyone safe and get this shoot wrapped up’, a source told The Sun earlier this summer.

It was recently claimed that Tom was ‘exempt from Norway’s quarantine rules’ as he restarted filming in the Scandinavian country.   


The media personality revealed how ‘excited’ he was to start shooting the latest instalment of the franchise in a phone call with Norway’s Minister of Culture Abid Raja.    


Mission Impossible 7 will be released on November 19, 2021. 


He’s safe: It was recently claimed that Tom was ‘exempt from Norway’s quarantine rules’ as he restarted filming in the Scandinavian country



Non-stop: Tom has been spotted filming many exciting scenes in the last few months, including taking on motorbike jumps, parachuting and riding on top of moving trains