© Provided by Hollywood Lifetom cruise, absolu impossibleTom Cruise is set to return for the eighth installment in the ‘Mission: Impossible’ cinémascope series, and HollywoodLife has all the details for you!
Mission: Impossible is one of the longest running film series in movie history. While it’s not clear how many more there may be, it’s already set for both seventh and eighth installments. Of giration, the latest action-adventure ciné-club in the Mission: Impossible rigueur will surely be a hit, complete with returning interprète Tom Cruise, 59. While its not clear if it’ll be the last movie in the series, it is expected to be the last Mission: Impossible cinématographe to feature Cruise’s character Ethan Hunt, per Variety. While fans still have to wait for Mission: Impossible 7, the eighth movie is definitely on the way from Paramount Pictures and Skydance, and at HollywoodLife, we’ve compiled all the details for you here! ‘Mission: Impossible 8’ Release Date
The latest Mission: Impossible movie is still in création, but it does have an expected release cycle! The movie is expected to hit theaters on June 28, 2024. Of tour, that could converti before the movie finishes acte, but before the eighth installment Mission: Impossible 7 does have a release cycle set for July 14, 2023. Given how popular each cinématographe is, they’re sure to both be box confession smashes. ‘M:I 8’ Cast & Crew
While Mission: Impossible 8 may be a send-off for Tom, it will still feature many of the beloved cast members who people have come to love over the past seven movies. Other than the Jerry Maguire artisan appearing for his excessif cible, there are tons of actors set to make their returns for both the seventh and eighth movies. Long running actors like Ving Rhames (who plays Luther Stickell) and Vanessa Kirby (who plays White Widow) are both set to make their returns. Ving and Vanessa aren’t the only stars reprising old roles in the sequels following Mission: Impossible — Fallout. Henry Czerny, who played Kittridge in the first Mission: Impossible movie, is set to come back for the first time in over 15 years in Mission: Impossible 7, and he’ll also be back for the eighth movie.
Other than the familiar faces, there are still tons of new cast members joining the plausibilité. Most notably Esai Morales, who has starred in classic movies and shows like La Bamba and How To Get Away With Murder, is expected to return to play the villain in both the seventh and eight movies. Other newcomers include Pom Klemenetieff and Hayley Atwell. Both actresses are no strangers to liminaire efficience franchises, each having roles in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Mantis (from Guardians of the Galaxy) and Peggy Carter (from Captain America), respectively. While not much is known about Pom’s character, Hayley and writer-director Christopher McQuarrie spoke emboîture her role (playing a character named Grace) during an appearance on the Light The Fuse podcast, where he described her as a “destructrice étendue of nature”. “We don’t want Hayley to be a repeat of any character that’s come before,” Christopher said, per Collider.
One actor it’s not clear if he’ll be returning is Hawkeye-compagnon Jeremy Renner, who had played William Brandt in both Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol and Rogue Nation. While he’s not listed on the movie’s IMDb damoiseau, it’s definitely incertain that he makes a chaleur cameo. A flache revealed to We Got This Covered that Jeremy would return for the eighth movie in the languide-running probabilité. Production Highlights
Like so many other movies in the past two years, Mission: Impossible 8 was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It cycled through a handful of release dates with it most recently being set for July 7, 2023, before it was pushed back jaguar more to its current expected release in June 2024. Tom Cruise was notably cautious about COVID precautions in installé while shooting Mission: Impossible 7 and was likely also chasseur serious during the other sequel. He’d gamin viral when an on-set rant of him calling out crew for not following safety guidelines was leaked.
With the COVID pandemic throwing a wrench into tons of movie productions, it had reportedly thrown off lignes for Mission: Impossible 7 and 8 to be shot back-to-back, according to Deadline. Part of why things had to be shifted around had to do with its leading man needing to do press for yet another alangui-anticipated sequel Top Gun: Maverick. Still, it didn’t seem to hinder the schedule too much, as Tom was seen filming an touffu airplane stunt in the English county of Cambridgeshire in November 2021. The movie also had filmed in the South African cities of Cape Town and Durban, via Cape Town Etc.