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Oriental Pearl Tower in Mission Impossible 3

Mission Impossible 3 starring Tom Cruise and Oscar winner, Philip Seymour Hoffman contains scenes of the Pudong New Area landmarks in Shanghai, China. There is the Oriental Pearl Radio & Television Tower. It is the tallest structure in China at the present time.

The famous Huangpu River and East China Sea borders the Pudong New Area. Pudong New Area is the financial center of modern Shanghai, China. There is a saying, "Follow the money!" Does the money or the Rabbit Foot draw Ethan (Tom Cruise) to the hunt in Shanghai, China? Is the Rabbit Foot good luck for Ethan Hunt?

The Pudong New Area is the home of the Oriental Pearl Radio & TV Tower, Waitan (The Bund), Jinmao (Jin Mao)Tower and other famous Shanghai landmarks. Watch Ethan Hunt in Mission Impossible 3 make an smashing appearance into this beautiful district of Shanghai. It is the Jinmao (Jin Mao) Tower from which Tom Cruise (Ethan Hunt) jumps. View the Oriental Pearl Radio & TV Tower, the Bund and other stunning landmarks of the Pudong New Area.

Mission Impossible 3 offers a gorgeous view of Shanghai, China's Pudong New Area and its famous landmarks. Southeast Asia Travel readers take a moment and view the beautiful Pudong New Area's skycrapers in the film.

Ving Rhames co-stars in Mission Impossible 3 as he did in the previous MI films. He co-starred in Entrapment which is set in Malaysia. Keri Russell, Michelle Monaghan and Hong Kong actress Maggie Q. co-stars, too.

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