TOM Cruise has recently made the headlines for dressing-down his crew after observing that some may not have been adhering to social distancing regulations.

The Hollywood superstar and his crew are currently shooting scenes in the UK for the upcoming Mission: Impossible 7 movie.

The Daily Echo looks back to when Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation was filmed at Fawley Power Station.

It was November 2014 when some of the high-octane scenes for the movie were shot at the power station, which towered over the entrance to Southampton Water.Daily Echo:

The power station was a landmark building that provided the perfect setting for a tense thriller.

It included a vast turbine hall big enough to house two ships the size of the QE2 and a circular control room that resembled a flying saucer.

The possibility of encountering Tom Cruise caused a buzz of excitement in Fawley, especially among the actor’s female fans.

Cruise plays Ethan Hunt, a special agent in charge of an elite taskforce that targets threats to international security

No-one in the village knew when the actor arrived on set. However, a nearby footpath was closed for a six-day period to enable scenes to be shot.

Vehicles owned by a company that provides facilities for film crews was seen parked outside the power station, which closed in 2013.

Demolition of the old power station is in progress and plans to build more than 1,500 homes on the site are in the works.