Busy on the set of Mission: Impossible 7, Simon Pegg took advantage of a break to reply on Instagram to a colleague who asked him if he was working hard on the production of the film; not only did Pegg respond to her colleague but also provided some fun updates on the plot of the film which will see the return of Tom Cruise the protagonist.
Pegg is busy on the set of Mission: Impossible 7 and her response was as follows, coupled with some false plot information to troll all listening fans: "Contrary to popular belief, I don't spend much time sitting in this chair playing Candy Crush, I'm really working today, so you know, Tarzan can hang on. Anyway I think I'll do a live on Instagram at some point, maybe when I get to 330,000 followers, they are climbing pretty fast.".
The actor continued: "Today we will shoot a scene where Benji [il personaggio di Pegg] e Ethan [il personaggio di Cruise] they have a wrestling match and Benji wins because it is essentially stronger. So Ethan gets mad: 'Ah f * ck you ", except the F-word we can't say.' Oh I don't want you at the IMF anymore 'and I:' Really? ' and he: 'Yes really' and then Beni says: 'I knew it, I'm stronger than you and Ethan:' Yes'. That's all, that's what we're going to shoot today.".
I don't pay, Pegg continued with the joke: "Then there is another scene with Isla [il personaggio di Rebecca Ferguson] 'Oh Benji', you know she doesn't have this tone of voice but I can improvise a female voice approximately. 'Oh Benji, you are so exciting and so much stronger than Ethan'and I:' Of course I am 'and she:' Will you be mine? ' and I: 'No ... alright', I play a little hard on her and then she says: 'Please yes my boyfriend' and I answer: 'Sure' and in the distance you can hear Ethan crying".
We remember that Mission: Impossible 7 will represent the Simon Pegg's fourth time as Benjy Dunn, a character that the English star has played since Mission: Impossible 3 by JJ Abrams, as well as the third time of Rebecca Ferguson in those of Ilsa Faust: The Swedish star is indeed relatively new to Tom Cruise's Ethan Hunt team, given that after making his debut in Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation is also back in Mission: Impossible - Fallout, both written and directed by Christopher McQuarrie.