‘Mission:Impossible-Fallout,’ from director Christopher McQuarrie is the sixth film entry in Paramount Pictures’ venerable franchise. Tom Cruise leads an all-star cast.
The film stars Tom Cruise, Rebecca Ferguson, Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames, Michelle Monaughan and Alec Baldwin star while Henry Cavill plays the mustached-villain. Mr. Cruise has been responsible for producing the films since the initial entry in 1996, while Mr. McQuarrie follows his previous ‘Rogue Nation’ with this entry, which arrives in theaters this summer.
The production has been fraught with logistical challenges as Mr. Cruise injured himself on the set causing a 9 week delay while he heeled, but the studio has kept to their release date and this trailer gives off an exciting vibe that should put it high within the franchise.
Filming began in 2017, but the project has been under development since 2015, following the release of ‘Rogue Nation’. JJ Abrams and his Bad Robot production company are returning for this installment as well as Skydance Media. Mr. Abrams’ production company has been involved in the franchise since M:I III and Skydance, who shares an office on the Paramount lot has been involved since 2011’s “Mission:Impossible – Ghost Protocol.” “Fallout,” which is due in theaters in July, will feature the use of IMAX 3D cameras, something that I hope makes its way to American theaters, where there has been a pushback on the 3D experience as being gimmicky.
Mr. Cruise’s commitment to the series and his acting has been a key to these films, and if the trailer has anything to say about what we can continue to expect from this film, audiences should be in for a treat.
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From Paramount Pictures, TC Productions, Bad Robot Productions and Skydance Media comes a Christopher McQuarrie film starring Tom Cruise. In theaters July 27, 2018.