Tom Cruise confirms Mission Impossible 6 in progress
Tom Cruise has confirmed he has begun working on "Mission: Impossible 6' and that filming will most likely kick off in summer 2016.
Tom Cruise has confirmed 'Mission: Impossible 6' is in pre-production stages.
The 'Edge of Tomorrow' star was promoting the current 'Mission: Impossible - Rouge Nation', while on America's 'The Daily Show' when he shared progress has been made on the next film in the franchise.
He said: "We're starting to work on it now. We'll probably start shooting it next summer."
However, Paramount are yet to comment on the actor's claims.
Meanwhile, the 53-year-old actor also hinted it would be "fun" to reprise his role in 'Top Gun'.
He shared: "It would be fun. I would like to get back into those jets."
But he previously said he would only want to take the role back if it's shot "like the first one"
Tom said: "It would have to be practical. I don't want any CGI jets. I want to shoot it like how we shot the first one."
The film's producer, David Ellison also commented on a possible 'Top Gun 2' and Tom Cruise starring in it again.
He shared: "I think this is a movie that should be in 3D and in Imax, and again something that you can shoot practically. As everyone knows with Tom, he is 100% going to want to be in those airplanes, shooting it practically."