Mission Impossible May 7 and 8 may not be Tom Cruise’s sendoff

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Mission: Impossible 7 and 8 director Christopher McQuarrie suggests that Dead Reckoning may not be Tom Cruise’s departure from the franchise after all.

Christopher McQuarrie, director Impossible Goal 7 And 8tells that dead reckoning Tom Cruise’s departure from the franchise cannot be over. Macquarie was brought onboard Impossible Goal The franchise will rewrite Uncredited for 2011 Ghost ProtocolOnly return straight for 2015 evil nation and of 2018 Conflict, both figuratively and literally took the franchise to new heights. Following ConflictKey franchise-best box office return, McQuarrie brought back again in both Mission: Impossible 7 And 8.

Exact plot details for the two films remain under wraps, except what can be gained from Mission: Impossible 7 The teaser trailer that was released in May for the first play Top Gun: Maverick, In addition to Cruise, returning franchise veterans include Ving Rams, Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson and Vanessa Kirby. Seventh Mission: ImpossibleThe E movie will also feature a slew of characters, including Hayley Atwell as Ethan Hunt’s new mysterious ally/love interest, and Esai Morales as the primary villain. Earlier in the year, a report indicated that Mission: Impossible 7 And 8officially titled dead reckoning part one And part TwoIt is being planned as Cruise’s departure from the franchise. However, it appears that this may not be true.

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During a recent appearance on light the fuse podcast (via) Diversity), McQuarrie suggests Cruz may not be going out Impossible Goal suffrage after two dead reckoning Movies. When asked about the report, the director cautions listeners not to automatically believe everything they read in the trades. Read what McQuarrie said below:

Let me tell you, I’ve been working with Tom Cruise for 15 years and I can’t tell you how many times I’ve stood next to that guy, witnessed an incident and then read about it in the trades the next day And none of what they describe is actually true… When you read articles in trades, just put the fictional word in front of the headline: ‘Agenda is…’ When you read ‘Anonymous Sources’ Or reads ‘sources close to production’ say, ‘It’s someone who’s putting it there for a specific reason. He’s someone who wants others to think that for a particular reason, and you can never know for sure what those reasons are. You learn to ignore it and laugh at it. In today’s world, you wait 17 minutes and another news cycle will wipe it out.

McQuarrie did not explicitly deny reports about Cruise’s exit from the franchise, although his “Don’t believe everything you readThe outlook is probably as much as he’s allowed to say. In all likelihood, Cruise probably hasn’t made any definitive decisions about his future in the franchise yet. McQuarrie and Cruise are currently hard at work filming Mission: Impossible 8Which isn’t scheduled for release until June 28, 2024, giving Cruise enough time to make a decision about his future.

The truth is that Mission: Impossible 7 And 8 the titles are dead reckoning part one And part Two and was originally planned to be shot back-to-back, a practice usually reserved for the final two installments in a series, recent examples being harry potter And The Hunger Games, The return of former IMF director Eugene Kitridge (Henry Journey) is also a good sign that the seventh and eighth films will serve as sendoffs for Ethan Hunt and serve as the culmination of the entire series. even though Mission: Impossible 7 And 8 In what really is the end for Cruise, he’ll likely continue to collaborate with McQuarrie, as the two already have an exciting mystery project going on.

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Source: Light the Fuse (via Variety)

  • Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One (2023)Release date: July 14, 2023
  • Mission: Impossible 8 (2024)Release date: June 28, 2024

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