AceShowbiz - Tom Cruise's stuntwork takes years off his worried castmates' lives, because they all fear his next scene could be his last.
A new 30-minute clip of Tom Cruise performing stunts for the latest "Mission: Impossible" film has been posted online, and the behind-the-scenes footage of the movie star jumping out of a military aircraft above the desert in Abu Dhabi and freefalling for almost 25,000 feet has already stunned many film fans.
But co-star Simon Pegg admits it's different for the cast and crew at the time - because there are no guarantees the action man is going to live.
"The difference between you seeing these stunts and us seeing them is that you know that Tom lived," he states.
The new footage, posted to YouTube, also serves up behind-the-scenes footage of helicopter, car and motorbike stunts.
Cruise proved he's human like the rest of us while shooting "Mission: Impossible - Fallout" when he broke his ankle filming a building-jumping stunt in London last year. Filming was briefly halted as the leading men recovered.