Two Hurtigruten ships are being rented out by the production crew for the next new Mission Impossible movie starring Tom Cruise.
Norway Today reports Fridtjof Nansen and Vesterålen will be used in the upcoming seventh installment of the blockbuster movie starring Tom Cruise.
Fridtjof Nansen, the newest ship in the Hurtigruten fleet and currently docked in Hellesylt, will be used to accommodate Truenorth production crew and actors during filming in September.
Filming will take place on Vesterålen, although details on how the ship will feature in the film have not been disclosed. The production team have already filmed several scenes in Åndalsnes.
Around 200 international film crew and 200 Norwegian crew are said to be involved in the production, which has been granted 50 million NOK by the Norwegian film institute.
Paramount Pictures is expected to wrap filming at the end of May 2021.