Two helicopters flew low across Bankside on Sunday morning whilst Tom Cruise filmed a scene for the new Mission: Impossible movie at the top of the chimney of Tate Modern.
Spectators gathered on the viewing platform at Tate Modern's Blavatnik Building cheered when Cruise waved at them from the top of the chimney of the former Bankside Power Station.
Low flying copter for Mission Impossible filming pic.twitter.com/PYrkQ48fVc- London SE1 Community Website (@se1) February 11, 2018
Helicopters filming action at top of Tate chimney pic.twitter.com/o2yt5blc34- London SE1 Community Website (@se1) February 11, 2018
Last month Cruise filmed a stunt for the movie on the roof of Blackfriars Railway Station.
Mission: Impossible – Fallout is due to be released at the end of July
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