Tom Cruise is interrupted by a huge flock of sheep on Country Mission: Impossible 8 Collection

Tom Cruise, arguably one of the most famous movie stars on the planet, briefly became a Wednesday sheep herder.

The 60-year-old actor was in the middle of filming “Mission: Impossible – Dead Account – Part Two” in England’s Lake District when a huge flock of sheep invaded the group, according to PageSix. Filming stopped when Cruz gave way to the animals with laughter.

Although a release date for “Mission: Impossible 8” has not been announced, the seventh installment ended in September 2021. The first part of “Dead Account” will hit theaters in July 2023.

Cruz, who jumped straight from one production to another, also made a stop for tourists in the Lake District.

Adam Wheeler and Lucy Hinch of Barnard Castle were vacationing in the area and walking their dog, Blitz, when they encountered a cruise on High Cragg Mountain, according to The Northern Echo. Cruz was about to skydive from the top when he took time with his famous fans.

“He was really nice and polite and down to earth,” Wheeler told local media. “He made sure everyone he wanted had his picture taken with him. We were the last to get his picture, then he parachuted off the mountain back to his camp next to Battermer.”

“He was doing all his stunts,” Wheeler added. “He was transported by a helicopter and then another filmed him flying with parachutes. We saw him descend several times.”

Cruise plays “Impossible Mission Force” agent Ethan Hunt in the action movie franchise and has been filming scenes for the eighth movie since July. Wheeler said he’s seen quite a few movies but is “definitely” planning to catch up now that he’s met the star.

“It was a pleasure to meet one of the most famous actors in Hollywood – and one of the richest as well,” Wheeler told The Northern Echo. “It wasn’t what we expected while going down the slopes.”

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