Paramount Pictures is currently prepping their highly-anticipated sequel Mission: Impossible 5, with Tom Cruise set to reprise his role as IMF agent Ethan Hunt. While no plot details have surfaced at this time, a new report reveals that the production has made a historic deal to film inside of Great Britain's Houses of Parliament.

While the report has not been confirmed by Paramount Pictures, if it turns out to be true, Mission: Impossible 5 will be the first movie to ever shoot inside the Houses of Parliament.

Here's what an unidentified insider had to say.

"MI5 will feature numerous well-known locations in London but the Houses of Parliament is clearly the biggest coup. Tom Cruise will obviously feature heavily in the scenes. You can imagine the writers are excited about what stints they could pull off inside the Commons."

The franchise is well known for shooting in unique locations, such as Vatican City in Mission: Impossible III and the Burj Khalifa tower in Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol.

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Paramount and the production team are also scouting prominent London locations such as The Shard and the Olympic Stadium. It isn't known when production may begin, although we reported last month that video game writer Will Staples has come aboard to rewrite the script.

Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol stars Tom Cruise, Jeremy Renner and Simon Pegg have been confirmed to return, with Paula Patton and Ving Rhames expected to reprise their roles as well.