The new photo also gives us a little peek into a six-week long-planned stunt in the set of Mission: Impossible 7.
The coronavirus may have halted production for most new features, but it won't be stopping the Mission Impossible film any longer.
Tom Cruise's "Mission Impossible" franchise has already started shooting for its 7th installment. A picture shared from its director Christopher McQuarrie's Instagram handle confirms.
The photo shows a man standing on scaffolding with beautiful snow-peaked mountains in the background. And the caption read "Action... #MI7 Day 1".
The new photo also gives us a little peek into a six-week long-planned stunt that the Mission: Impossible 7 production had been working on before disaster struck.
As productions have already started, "Mission Impossible 7" might meet its scheduled release date that's November 19, 2021.
Fans are already excited to see their favorite superstar, Tom Cruise stepping into the shoes of Ethan Hunt. The iconic franchise has amassed $3.578 billion in the box office.
Tom Cruise will be accompanied by Rebecca Ferguson, Simon Peg, and Ving Rhames in the film.