Mission Impossible

Super-Secret 'Mission: Impossible 6' Release Date Declassified

by Charles Bramesco November 9, 2016 @ 8:57 AM
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to hold tight for a couple years and then faithfully head back out to see another Mission: Impossible movie. Variety notes that Paramount Pictures has officially announced a release date for the sixth installment in the perennially popular espionage franchise, and that audiences can expect Ethan Hunt to suspension-rope down into theaters once again on July 27, 2018. A fun fact about 2018 is that in that year, eternal ass-kicker and franchise star Tom Cruise (who agreed to headline the sixth film last year while promoting Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation) will be 56 years of age.

Four New ‘Mission: Impossible’ Posters Celebrate the Series’ Greatest Stunts

by Jacob Hall July 22, 2015 @ 11:57 AM
All of the Mission: Impossible movies have stories full of twists and turns, characters who undergo emotional transformations, and the rest of the basic building blocks of basic cinematic storytelling. But let’s face the facts. These movies are all about the stunts. Specifically, they’re all about Tom Cruise putting himself in harm’s way for your amusement. A new series of posters celebrating the release of Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation recognizes this fact.

These ‘Mission: Impossible’ Facts Will Self Destruct in Five Seconds

by ScreenCrush Staff May 14, 2015 @ 2:02 PM
Mission: Impossible is a pretty action-packed film. But, for all its action, would you believe that Tom Cruise’s Ethan Hawke never once fires a gun? Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to check out the rest of the facts packed into the latest episode of You Think You Know Movies, which focuses on the original Mission: Impossible!

'Mission Impossible 5' - Tom Cruise Says He's "Already Working" on Next Sequel

by Mike Sampson October 29, 2012 @ 9:52 AM
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Another 'Mission: Impossible' film once looked like it might never happen. After Tom Cruise's well-publicized couch-jumping era, Paramount ended their deal with Cruise and issued a statement saying, "His recent conduct has not been acceptable to Paramount." The studio wanted to reboot the franchise with a younger star to take over for Cruise (enter: Jeremy Renner) but 'Ghost Protocol' was a big hit and now Cruise is talking about returning 'Mission: Impossible 5' and even a "bunch" more installments.