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The pic (directly below) is all sorts of epic. Tom Cruise sits at the very top of the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, the world's tallest tower.

Here's the moment in video form...

The image has been released as part of the promotion for Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol that's having its world premiere in the Emirate today (Wednesday) and on general release in the UK on Boxing Day.

Cruise is sitting 160 levels or half a mile up. He performed the stunt as he filmed scenes for the new movie, a still of which is right here:

These videos are also aces:

And this is where he sat...

Images: BARCROFT / REX

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