First two Mission impossible the sequels were given numerical titles, but since then, each subsequent film has received a vaguely ominous and slightly cryptic subtitle. There was Mission Impossible – Ghost Protocolafter Mission Impossible – Rogue Nationafter Mission Impossible – Consequences. What do they mean? Honestly, it doesn’t matter. They just sound cool.
The often-delayed seventh and eighth films are currently in production, with their official titles announced during a presentation by Paramount Pictures at the annual CinemaCon convention in Las Vegas. The seventh film will henceforth be called Mission Impossible – Paying for Death, Part 1.
Not exactly tongue rolling, but what are you going to do?
Like the previous two Mission Impossible, the next two sequels will be written and directed by Christopher McQuarrie. The cast includes returning franchise veterans Rebecca Ferguson, Ving Rhames, Simon Pegg, Vanessa Kirby and Henry Czerny, whose Eugene Kittridge was not seen in the films. Mission impossible since the very first movie 25 years ago. (He is a guy who is not Tom Cruise in this scene.)
Although production is reportedly completed Dead Reckoning Part 1McQuarrie, Cruz and the cast are still filming Part 2. Cruz did not appear in person at CinemaCon to announce the title change; instead, he appeared in a pre-recorded message from South Africa, where a film crew is currently on location filming more death stunts.
Mission: Impossible – Wages of Death, Part 1 scheduled to open in theaters on July 14, 2023, although it has already been pushed back several times. Sequel, now known as Dead Reckoning Part 2will be released in theaters on June 28, 2024.
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