Mission: Impossible is well known to all of us since the launch of the first title from the series. The American action spy is both known for the series and film, both created by Bruce Geller. The actual series Mission: Impossible is co-produced by Tom Cruise, who also plays character agent Ethan Hunt. The team behind the movie won’t stop with the series at number six because the seventh title is in development, and it has a new title — Mission Impossible 7.
Tom Cruise in Mission Impossible 7
The next title from the series Mission Impossible has in charge the director Christopher McQuarrie, who is responsible for the 2018 Mission: Impossible – Fallout. That movie was shot with the name Gemini, and now we are talking about Libra. If someone loves the Zodiac signs, we think that McQuarrie is the one. Also, the shooting will begin at the end of February with Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden somewhere in Ukraine and near London.
Besides this, McQuarrie is behind Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation as well, not only Mission: Impossible – Fallout. What he did with these two titles was a success in the storyline department. Rumors are saying that McQuarrie will not only direct Mission Impossible 7, but also the eight titles from the series. Also, Tom Cruise’s character, Ethan Hunt, is closing to an end in the two-part movies.
More about Mission Impossible 7
The director was teasing some news about Brian De Palma from the original Mission: Impossible, and last week he made an announcement. We will see Henry Czerny playing Eugene Kittridge from the IMF. The actor will be playing the character form the original film from 1996. In the original movie, the actor was the director of the IMF, but we are not sure about his role now.
All in all, we have information about the returning of Rebecca Ferguson, who played Ilsa Faust, Hayley Atwell, Shea Whigham, Nicholas Hoult, and Pom Klementieff. Mission Impossible 7 will launch on July 23, 2021, and if the date remains the same, Mission: Impossible 8 will come on August 25, 2022.