Ferguson: Ilsa Faust Will Return For More ‘Missions’ With Cruise And McQuarrie
They say “…if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” Well, invariably, in the case of Tom Cruise and Chris McQuarrie, it appears they’re not fixing shit after totaling near $1.5 billion dollars between the last two Mission: Impossible films.
It Ain’t Over ‘Til Tom Cruise Says So In The New MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – FALLOUT Trailer
The best intentions often come back to haunt you. “MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – FALLOUT” finds Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise – “Top Gun,” “American Made,” “The Mummy”) and his IMF team (Alec Baldwin – “Saturday Night Live,” “The Boss Baby,” “Beetlejuice,” Simon Pegg – “Star Trek,” “Ready Player One,” Ving Rhames – “Pulp Fiction,” “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2”) along with some familiar allies (Rebecca Ferguson – “The Greatest Showman,” ”The Girl on the Train,” Michelle Monaghan – “The Bourne Supremacy,” “The Heartbreak Kid”) in a race against time after a mission gone wrong. Henry Cavill (“Justice League,” “Man of Steel”), Angela Bassett (“Black Panther,” “American Horror Story”), and Vanessa Kirby (“Me Before You,” “The Crown”) also join the dynamic cast with filmmaker Christopher McQuarrie (“Jack Reacher”) returning to the helm.
MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: FALLOUT Throws Down Hard In The Official Trailer
July 27 is the date and the official trailer is finally online to immerse yourself in the epic action, espionage and stuntwork in which our lead actor literally took an industry idiom and manifested it during production… so yeah, I’d say it’s worth seeing the results this summer.
MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: FALLOUT Debuts Official Title Logo
The production of Christopher McQuarrie’s latest Tom Cruise headliner in the Mission Impossible saga has been a raucous endeavor, to say the least. An injured lead actor on more than one occasion can be a bit of a challenge on top of continuity issues per the studio’s need for Henry Cavill to maintain his mustache during the completion of last year’s Justice League.
Still though and thankfully, all is stirring and steering forward for what it’s worth with the American Made star joined by Simon Pegg and Ving Rhames in addition to actress Rebecca Ferguson who blew the lid off with her energizing delivery for Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation in 2015. All these and more now bring us to the latest official title debut and production still by way of Cruise hailing Mission Impossible: Fallout from Paramount and Skydance.
Take a look below and mark your calendars for July 27!
Get ready. #MissionImpossibleA post shared by Tom Cruise (@tomcruise) on Jan 25, 2018 at 5:00am PST
We’ve upped the ante for the sixth #MissionImpossible. I can’t wait for you guys to see more.A post shared by Tom Cruise (@tomcruise) on Jan 25, 2018 at 5:03am PST
MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 6 Star’s Stunt Injury Presets Shut Down Thru October
By now you’ve probably seen the viral video of actor Tom Cruise injuring himself during a stunt on the Paris set of the sixth Mission Impossible film. Thankfully it hasn’t suffered tragedy currently being endured on two other known productions this summer, but it does exemplify the dangers stunt performers, and even bold actors face when pushing the envelope – something Cruise is known to do.
Well… pushing it this time around has cost him, at least tentatively, sending the production into an eight-week hiatus, and producers into troubleshooting mode, according to sources reported by The Wrap. The injury in question occured when Cruise, wire rigged for a jump from one platform of a building to another, leapt too short and slammed his knees into the adjacent wall, forcing him to catch himself before trying and failing to continue the take in mid-limp.
The goal now as producers weigh their options is to recommence principal photography in October and wrap before Christmas. July 27, 2018 is the set date for Paramount’s latest entry into the Mission: Impossible hexology from returning director Christopher McQuarrie.
Cam’s Eye Review: In Search Of A Cohesive Mummy
We’re literally buried by story strand after strand beginning with Dr. Henry Jekyll (Russell Crowe) taking over a newly discovered crypt during an Underground expansion in London where he stumbles onto hieroglyphs above a Templar burial and encapsulating the story of Ahmanet, the daughter of a Pharoah and her glory to be a powerful ruler of Egypt. Through her own devices, she makes a magical plea with the underworld ruler, Set, to achieve her ends. It does not go well and the incantations were never completed. She is taken far away and buried alive after killing her father, the concubine, and the concubine’s son who was to inherit the throne.
DARK UNIVERSE: Welcome To A New World Of Gods And Monsters
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MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 6 Adds Joey Ansah
Filming is currently underway in France for writer and director Christopher McQuarrie’s latest installment with the sixth Mission: Impossible film for Paramount and Skydance. Given this, it’s likely that miscellaneous fan photos of the set would be discovered and as it turns out, there’s a whole viral batch of jubilant behind-the-scenes gems on Instagram with our cast on set, a few of which include and otherwise confirm actor and martial artist Joey Ansah.
McQuarrie Lights The Fuse With Production Start For M:I 6 – MISSION IMPOSSIBLE
— ChristopherMcQuarrie (@chrismcquarrie) April 8, 2017
Vanessa Kirby In Talks To Join MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 6
The sixth installment of the Mission: Impossible franchise has been a bit stifled but is slowly taking shape nonetheless for its Spring start date and presumably 2018 release. Thus, casting news this week confirmed Netflix series The Crown co-star Vanessa Kirby was in talks for a role in the new film which will ultimately see actor Tom Cruise back in the role of IMF agent Ethan Hunt.
Details of her role are pending among others while Variety reports Cruise is producing the film with producer David Ellison, and with a script by Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation helmer Christopher McQuarrie who is back in the director’s chair. Also expected to return are actor Jeremy Renner for his third outing in the franchise since landing via Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, and Simon Pegg who has been with the series since Mission: Impossible 3 while actress Rebecca Ferguson who lit up the screen in the previous film as disavowed British agent Ilsa Faust may well return following earlier uncertain reports.
Cruise next returns to the big screen in Alex Kurtzman’s forthcoming reboot, The Mummy on June 9.
Rebecca Ferguson Is Reportedly Signed For MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 6
Showbiz411 reportedly has it on good terms that actress Rebecca Ferguson will likely be reprising her role as Ilsa in the forthcoming production of the sixth Mission: Impossible film. The news comes within months since actor Tom Cruise confirmed a new movie was in development back in July in the wake of the film’s successful theatrical release with word of Christopher McQuarrie’s return to the director’s chair as of recent.
Ferguson contribued greatly to her role in the film which takes off initially as a wild card for lead character Ethan Hunt as he and his team faced off with a rogue terrorist organization of anti-spy mercenaries nearly equal in skill and scope. Moreover, the actress who is currently tackling director Tate Taylor’s thriller, The Girl On The Train, is also the first actress to come aboard the film with more information pending on the remainder of the cast.
Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation went on to earn more than $700 million dollars at the box office worldwide, and deservedly so. The sixth film remains without a title but will likely commence next year while Cruise also plots other upcoming titles, including the currently-filming Jack Reacher 2: Never Go Back, a hopeful Edge Of Tomorrow sequel and a reboot of The Mummy starring Sofia Boutella.
MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – ROGUE NATION To Release On BluRay, DVD And Combo Pack This November And December
HOLLYWOOD, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Hailed as “relentlessly thrilling” (Chris Nashawaty, Entertainment Weekly) and filled with “jaw-dropping stunts” (Scott Mendelson, Forbes), the global hit MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE—ROGUE NATION takes off on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and On Demand December 15, 2015 from Paramount Home Media Distribution. The critically acclaimed action-thriller will also be available as part of the Mission: Impossible 5-movie Blu-ray collection, the perfect gift for the holiday season. The film arrives four weeks early on Digital HD November 17.
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