Tom Cruise and Hayley Atwell are pure drama as they film Mission: Impossible 7

Tom Cruise and Hayley Atwell got all dramatic for their latest action-packed scene while filming Mission: Impossible 7.

The duo have been zipping around Rome on motorbikes and getting caught up in car chases for the seventh installment in the Ethan Hunt franchise.

And on Monday, they filmed what looked like a tense hostage situation in the Italian capital.

Tom – clad in a pinstriped grey waistcoat and white shirt – held his hands up in the air as he guided Hayley out of what looked like a (slightly battered and bruised) Italian police car.

Hayley, meanwhile, wore a white shirt and black pinstriped trousers and pulled a worried expression as she held her hands up in surrender.

Little is known about the 38-year-old’s role in Mission: Impossible 7, but the actress has teased that her character might be a handful for Ethan Hunt as she’s a ‘destructive force of nature’.

Hayley told Collider: ‘There’s ambiguity… the interesting thing we’re exploring is her resistance to a situation she finds herself in. How she starts off, where she becomes.

‘The journey of what she comes into and what is asked of her and potentially where she ends up.’

Meanwhile, Tom’s just happy that production has picked up again after being halted back in February because of the coronavirus pandemic.

He’s been spotted getting his adrenaline fix with all sorts of generally terrifying stunts – from casually flying helicopters in London to filming on the roof of a moving train in Norway.

Tom and Hayley will be sharing the screen with Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames and Rebecca Ferguson, with Christopher McQuarrie directing the blockbuster.

The film was originally set to be release in July 2021, but has now been pushed back until November next year instead.

Cast and crew have continued filming amid the pandemic thanks to daily health checks.

While production was in Norway, the cast and crew were tested twice for coronavrius within 48 hours of touching down in the country.

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