torsdag 26. juli 2018

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Air & Space Museum Hosts ‘Mission Impossible’ Premiere

The new Mission: Impossible movie, Fallout, opens nationwide on Thursday, but visitors to the Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum, in Washington, D.C., got a sneak preview on Sunday, complete with a guest appearance by Tom Cruise and the rest of the cast. “The red carpet [at the Museum] was flooded with A-listers for the U.S. premiere of the summer blockbuster,” according to The Washington Post. The film features some action sequences with an Airbus helicopter, which Cruise learned to fly for the movie. He also did all the stunts, including hanging on a rope below the helicopter in flight. “I loved flying the helicopter … it was very exciting,” he said at the premiere. He added that he had always wanted to get his helicopter certificate, and the movie gave him “an excuse.”
With an initial score of 97 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, Fallout is “already being hailed by some as the film of the summer,” according to the Post. USA Today says the film proves the Mission: Impossible franchise sets “the gold standard for international action-adventure and that Cruise is this generation's James Bond.” The museum appearance wasn’t a first for Cruise — he also visited the NASM for a screening of Top Gun in 1986. Fallout will be showing on the Imax screen at the NASM starting Thursday, and also will be shown at the Udvar-Hazy Center in Virginia.

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