The world of the latest Mission Impossible film is brought alive by the direction of Christopher McQuarrie, who is the first filmmaker ever to return to direct a second film in the franchise, after Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation.
Pegg returns as the nerdy sidekick to Cruise's suave spy Ethan Hunt, though Pegg says he would not swap places with the Hollywood star, whose last film in the franchise - 2015's "Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation" - took in $682 million at the global box office. Head to Fandango if you want to buy tickets in the USA, or go straight to Cineworld, Odeon, Vue, or your cinema of choice if you're in the UK.
"It is always a challenge but I am never afraid", he said.
"We would have loved to come to India to shoot the film".
So, the crew ended up shooting a critical helicopter sequence in New Zealand, the only country that would allow it to do so, he said.
Although the movie references India and Indian army several time, the makers didn't shoot the movie in India, transforming a valley in New Zealand into a small village of Kashmir instead to shoot the portion.
The director continued: "It didn't feel like something politically risky would be happening in New Zealand...and we looked at places which had some similarities to New Zealand, and that is why we picked Kashmir".
The plot may be as indecipherable as The Big Sleep, but the action is insane in this sixth installment of Mission: Impossible.
"Simply put, Mission: Impossible - Fallout is the best action movie you will see this year".
"In this story, you see them back together, but in a much different way", she said.
It releases in India on July 27.