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Mission: Impossible 7 Faces Backlash Over Plans to Blow Up a Real Historical Bridge

Mission: Impossible 7 Faces Backlash Over Plans to Blow Up a Real Historical Bridge

Each movie in the Mission: Impossible franchise has pushed the already huge set pieces further and further in the name of bigger and bigger and explosions and thrills, but it may be that the next instalment, Mission: Impossible 7 has taken things too far. According to reports, production on the seventh movie has caused some controversy, with plans to blow up a real bridge in Poland being met with pushback from residents.

As Mission: Impossible 7 prepares to resume principal photography in London, with the movie set to film in Poland next April, the plan for one particular set piece is to lay waste to a real bridge that was originally built in 1909 in the Polish village of Pilchowice. Part of the bridge was to be blown up as part of an action sequence in the movie, with Deputy Culture Minister Pawel Lewandowski agreeing to the explosive idea due to

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