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M:I - Fallout
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Mission:Norway

Grim Berge

Award winning contributor Grim Berge created this amazing recreation of a scene from the 2018 blockbuster Mission: Impossible - Fallout from its original filming location.  Located in the western Norway, Preikestolen, aka the Pulpit Rock, features a vertical cliff of over 600 meters (almost 2k ft.) down to the Lysefjorden.  Shot mainly with a a DJI Inspire 2 drone, the video recreates an epic escape scene in the film, which was set in the Himalaya's but was in fact filmed right here in Norway. 

M:I - Ghost Protocol
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Cloud Dronelapse - Burj Khalifa

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Contributor Moadh_Bukhash used a drone and his editing skills to create an impressive timelapse aerial look at the Burj Khalifa, the centerpiece of the Dubai skyline.  At over 800 meters (about 2.7k ft) excluding its antennae, the 163 floor mixed use tower has been the world's tallest building since it opened in 2010.  The tower was the shooting scene for a famous stunt scene in the 2011 blockbuster movie Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol, in which Tom Cruise  was filmed dangling from the building.

M:I 2
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Dronie from Dead Horse Point, Utah

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Wrenee, aka Queen of the Dronie, took this epic drone selfie shot off of Dead Horse Point, in southern Utah.  It's part of the Moab Canyon area in southeastern Utah.  This area has been a go-to shooting location for moviemakers for decades, due in part to its similarity to the Grand Canyon.  The spot where this video was taken was the filming location for the opening scene of Mission: Impossible 2 (1999) in which Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) is seen scaling a giant rock face.  

Mission: Impossible
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Soaring Over Prague

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Martigen used a DJI Mavic Pro to create this beautiful aerial portrait of Prague, the Czech capital city.  The video begins and ends with some epic shots of the Charles Bridge, and also features some great footage of Old Town, the Prague Castle, and some beautiful spots along the Vltava.  Prague was a primary filming location for the original Mission Impossible movie (1996), which features an escape scene by Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) shot on the Charles Bridge.  

Mission: Impossible III
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Shanghai, Pearl of the Orient

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Contributor Alexaroundtheworld created this magnificent drone video of Shanghai, China.  The highlight of the video is a climb up to the top of the city's three tallest buildings, located right next to each other in the Pudong District: the 128 story, 632 meter (just under 2.1k) Shanghai Tower, opened in 2015; the Shanghai World Financial Center (2008, 492 m/1.6k ft.), and Jin Mao Tower (1999, 421 m/1.4k ft.).   The last was the filming location for a famous jump scene by Tom Cruise in  Mission: Impossible III (2006).

Mission: Impossible III
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Chesapeake Bay Bridge in April

Eyes in the Sky

When it opened in the early 1950's, Chesapeake Bay Bridge was the longest over-water span in the world at 6.9 km (4.3 mi.).  Now a dual span bridge, it connects Maryland's eastern and western shores of Chesapeake Bay.  Contributor Eyes in the Sky used a drone to create this impressive aerial video of this impressive steel span, officially known as the Gov. William Preston Lane Jr. Memorial Bridge.  The bridge was the filming location for a high profile scene in the 2006 movie Mission: Impossible III.

Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation
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Rabat, Morocco

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Check out this drone video of Rabat, the capital of Morocco.  Rabat was a filming location for the 2015 movie Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, the fifth in the series.  A port city situated on Morocco's Atlantic coastline, it's "only" about eight centuries old - young by Moroccan city standards.  The city gained some notoriety from appearing as a filming location for a high profile chase scene in Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation (2015), the fifth installment in the Mission Impossible series.  

Mission: Impossible III
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St. Peter's Cathedral, Vatican City

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Brandonclark brings us this short but epic aerial of Vatican City, an enclave in the heart of Rome, Italy.  The city is dominated by the massive St. Peter's Basilica, which opens up onto Vatican Square.  Vatican City is the home of the top leadership of the Catholic Church, and is one of the most recognized sights inthe world.  Famously, Vatican City was the filming location for an extended scene in the 2006 thriller Mission: Impossible III although portions of the scene were filmed in Siena.

Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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Paris: The Arc de Triomphe

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Sphereview created this magnificent bird's eye view of the Arc de Triomphe in central Paris, one of the most iconic sites of Europe.  It anchors the western end of the Champs-Élysées, the French capital's most important roadway.  It was built as a memorial to France's war dead in the Napoleonic Wars, and its Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is the country's greatest memorial for its World War I dead.  The Arc was used as the filming location for a key scene in the 2018 film Mission Impossible: Fallout.  

Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol
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Budapest by Drone

minglam

The popularity of Budapest as a tourist destination has been helped by numerous movie appearances in recent years. The Hungarian capital has appeared in such films as Spy (2015) and Inferno (2016).  Most famously, the city was featured in Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol (2011), the fourth installment of the series.  The film opens with an aerial shot of the great Parliament Building on the Danube River; you'll see this landmark from a similar perspective in this amazing drone video by Minglam.

Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation
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The very Best of WIEN - VIENNA from above...

New Entertainment Pictures

Thanks to New Entertainment Pictures for this marvelous drone video of the Austrian capital Vienna.  This well-preserved city was once the seat of the Holy Roman Empire, at one point the most powerful in the world.  Situated on the mighty Danube River, the city has been the home to some of the most influential names in western culture.  Vienna was a principal filming location for Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation (2015); Mission Impossible fans should recognize some of the landmarks shown in this video.    

Mission: Impossible 2
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4k Drone Over Sydney, Australia

YulianS

Enjoy this aerial tour of the great city of Sydney, Australia, compliments of YulianS. The video captures the beauty of this metropolis in that Australian state of New South Wales, featuring epic views of its famous beaches, its spectacular natural harbor, and its impressive skyscrapers.  Mission Impossible fans will likely recognize several sites from the 1999 installment Mission: Impossible 2.  Sydney was a primary filming location for the movie, the second in the series.  

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Queenstown, NZ

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The Pulpit Rock

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Freefalling in Kuala Lumpur

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