Tom Cruise’s Helicopter Keeps Ruining Call The Midwife Takes, And Star Has A Message For The Mission: Impossible 8 Actor

You may know that Tom Cruise has a helicopter pilot’s license and does all of his own crazy stunts for Mission: Impossible films, but did you know he also often flies the helicopter to and from the set and sometimes just for fun day outings visiting friends? On his late-night show, his long-time pal, James Corden, revealed that the Mission: Impossible 7 star tries to land In yards a lot. As charming as a story that might be, not everyone finds Tom Cruise’s helicopter antics so funny, chiefly Call The Midwife star Jenny Agutter, who has revealed the action star’s flying habit keeps ruining takes on her show. 

As Jenny Agutter explained to The Daily Mirror, the entire cast of the popular TV drama (and one of the top Netflix shows) had to keep re-shooting their scenes after Tom Cruise landed his helicopter outside where they are sharing a film studio lot. Both Call the Midwife and Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part Two are filming at Longcross Studios in Surrey. The actress said, jokingly: 

Tom Cruise keeps on ruining our filming by landing his helicopter right outside where we’re shooting.

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