Today: April 11, 2024

Cruise Accepts Mission Impossible

Tom Cruise, last seen in Oblivion and to be seen in 2014 in sci-fi All You Need Is Kill, has chose to accept another mission in the shape of Mission Impossible 5.  The actor has signed on the dotted line to star in the film and produce alongside JJ Abrams and his Bad Robot company.  The last film Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol added Jeremy Renner to the mix and cost an estimated $145 million taking an impressive $700 million at the global box office.  Brad Bird directed that film but there is no official word on who will direct the next Mission film.  For some time there have been rumours circulating that Cruise’s Jack Reacher writer-director Christopher McQuarrie would be writing and directing for the star again.  Jack Reacer itself is in early discussions about getting a sequel but nothing is concrete on that front.  Cruise, as always, has a host of films in the pipeline including The Man From U.N.C.L.E. opposite Armie Hammer and a new cinema version of Van Helsing.  This message with self-destruct in 5 seconds (not really).  Source – Deadline 

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