First Tom Cruise was spotted touching down in Queenstown, and now more Hollywood A-Listers have made their way to Kiwi shores to join the actor on set of the new Mission: Impossible movie.
Superman himself, Henry Cavill, has been making the most of the Kiwi nightlife during his visit, with several fans snapping pictures with the Man of Steel star at bars in Queenstown.
Another Mission: Impossible cast member, Simon Pegg, has also been spotted mingling with the locals down south. The team behind Bespoke Kitchen, a popular Queenstown cafe, took to Instagram earlier today to share a photo of staff with the Star Trek actor.
"Keeping #SimonPegg well fed "the way I see it it's for the greater good," they captioned the picture.
Mission: Impossible 6 is being directed by Christopher McQuarrie and follows 2015's Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation. Alongside Cruise, Cavill and Pegg, the film also stars Rebecca Ferguson, Alex Baldwin and Vanessa Kirky.
While plot details are being kept tightly under wraps for now, the action-packed flick is due for a release date of July 27, 2018.
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