Mission: Impossible – Fallout is the continuing story of Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) whom, along with his team, are the people you call when the world needs saving. In their 6th outing, the Impossible Mission Force (IMF) have found themselves facing a dilemma regarding missing plutonium that is likely to be used for nuclear weapons. This is mostly the IMF’s fault due to an exchange gone bad where Hunt decides to save the life of his friend, Luther (Ving Rhames), over completing his mission. Continue reading Mission: Impossible Might Make You Fall Out of Your Chair, After Sitting on its Edge – A 4DX Review
Mission: Impossible – Fallout is unique in several ways: it’s the first time a writer-director has done two consecutive IMF missions; it’s the first time an entry in the series is a direct sequel to the previous one; it’s the first entry in which its star suffered an injury severe enough for the film to take an eight-week hiatus, and it’s the second straight entry to feature a female character – Ilsa Faust – who is as good at her job as Ethan Hunt is at his.
It’s also a non-stop rush – and really puts the impossible in Mission: Impossible.
It’s official – Tom Cruise is a crazy person!
Only a crazy person would jump from a plane at 25,000 feet and open their parachute at 2,000 feet FOR A MOVIE! (Not to mention whoever it is that’s operating the camera has to be equally nuts!)
Mission: Impossible – Fallout opens on July 27th.
Imagine being introduced to the guy whose job it will be to kill you if your mission goes sideways.
That’s just one highlight from the new trailer for Paramount Pictures’ Mission: Impossible – Fallout. In theaters on July 27th.
After the times his country has betrayed him; disavowed him; cast him aside – how long before a man like that has had enough?
Rebecca Ferguson returns in Mission: Impossible – Fallout to give Tom Cruise’s Ethan Hunt someone to keep him on his toes.
Mission: Impossible – Fallout will be in theaters on June 27th.