Tom Cruise in Mission: Impossible - Fallout (2018)
The HALO skydiving sequence (distance of 7 km / 25000 feet, traveling speed of 265 - 320 km/h) required a full year of planning out. The crew only had a time window of three minutes a day during sunset to film a jump. It took Tom Cruise, Henry Cavill, the skydiving camera operator Craig O'Brien (who had to keep three feet from Cruise while filming) and others involved a total of 106 jumps to get three possible takes. To rehearse, the crew built a custom oxygen helmet with RAF assistance that can be lit up to see a face, and then also built one of the world's largest wind tunnels for practice. Cruise and the other persons involved did five skydives a day with one in morning, three in afternoon, and one at dusk.