Mission Impossible Dead Reckoning Trailer OUT: Tom Cruise’s Ethan Hunt Proves Nothing’s Impossible For Him; Blows Fans With His Deadly Stunts!
Tom Cruise is finally starting to look more his age and he’s doing his most insane stunt yet and he doesn’t disappoint fans
Tom Cruise can easily wow his fans with his high-octane action stunts. The actor’s casting for the Mission Impossible franchise opened Pandora’s box of new-age spy films which were heavy on mind-bending stunts and they were mostly performed by Tom himself. Now, the actor is all set to bring back yet another instalment of the popular franchise, Mission Impossible.
The trailer of the seventh edition of the series - Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One - dropped on Wednesday and it is everything that an Ethan Hunt fan would expect it to be. ALSO READ | OMG! Tom Cruise Does It Again; Actor Hangs On A Wing Of A Plane Mid-Air For A Terrifying Stunt In 'Mission: Impossible 8': SEE PHOTOS
Tom Cruise has significantly raised the bar for himself after Mission: Impossible – Fallout (2018) and it seems like all the production hassles that the team had to suffer while making Dead Reckoning might be worth it.
The new trailer teases some of the gut-wrenching stunts, in all likelihood performed by Tom himself, nothing’s really that impossible for Ethan and his team.
As per the film’s synopsis, the latest instalment is known to be the “most dangerous mission” that the IMF has taken on as they track down a new weapon that could destroy all humanity if it falls into the wrong hands.
It seems like Ethan might have to make some difficult choices here as the fate of his team seems to be in jeopardy as well.
Christopher McQuarrie, who previously directed Rogue Nation and Fallout, is directing this movie and the sequel as well. ALSO READ | Tom Cruise Gets Banned From Buying Bugatti Cars For THIS Unusual Reason; Actor Spent $1 Million To Buy This Car in 2005!
The film went on floors in 2020, just before the pandemic hit, and the shoot was later suspended due to Covid-19. The filming resumed in the latter part of 2020 in the UK. While the filming was wrapped in 2021, the release was reportedly delayed multiple times due to the pandemic. The movie will now release on July 12.
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