The saga of Fast and Furious is not the only one that plans to say goodbye with two films. In the case of Mission Impossible, the franchise led by Tom Cruise will also do the same with two instances that promise to put an end to the successful and risky missions that will fire Ethan Hunt in a big way.
With release date changes, filming complications, and budget overruns, Mission: Impossible will finally hit theaters in July 2023. Unless a new date change gets in the way.
Without much further ado, the studio unveiled at CinemaCon the official titles for the seventh and eighth Mission Impossible, which will officially be renamed Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning – Part 1 and Part 2.
Tom Cruise returns as Ethan Hunt
Both feature films have been written and directed by Christopher McQuarrie, who joined the franchise with Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation in 2015. The original plan for Mission Impossible 7 and 8 was to shoot simultaneously, however the pandemic made that plan impossible. And not only, but the cost of having resumed filming ahead of time blew up the assigned budget of the film, which was 290 million dollars.
The costs for Covid insurance, the transfers of the team and the cast to different locations in the world, caused the film to fall short on budget. Add to that the risky stunts that Cruise insists on doing himself and that involve a much more ambitious staging and special logistics. Thing that the study no longer makes him so funny.
Cruise with Rebecca Ferguson
Tom Cruise will once again put on the role of agent Ethan Hunt, along with a large cast that will see the return of Rebecca Ferguson (Ilsa Faust), Ving Rhames (Luther Stickell), Simon Pegg (Benji Dunn) and Vanessa Kirby (White Widow). ). The new installment will also feature performances by Hayley Atwell, Pom Klementieff, Esai Morales, Cary Elwes, Mark Gatiss, Indira Varma, Shea Whigham, Charles Parnell, Rob Delaney, Greg Tarzan Davis, and Lampros Kalfuntzos.
Henry Czerny will also return to play Eugene Kittridge, as the former director of the IMF (Mission Impossible Force) and who had a role in the first Mission: Impossible in 1996.
If everything works out and without new impediments, Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning – Part 1 will hit theaters on July 14, 2023.
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