Mission Impossible 7 is finally set to come back on track. After a series of fallouts in production which became more difficult by the ongoing pandemic. Everyone wants to watch Ethan Hunt beat the shit out of bad guys. Tom Cruise’s over-the-top commitment is what makes the franchise so successful. Tom has injured himself multiple times while performing the stunts himself just to make the scene look more authentic. To give you an example, for a helicopter sequence in the last edition, Tom learned how to operate it and passed the license test for it. His commitment leave the fans wanting more action. Since 2018’s Mission Impossible: Fallout, fans have been anticipating its sequel. Christopher McQuarrie has taken charge as the director of the new film. He has won acclaim for his work on two previous Mission: Impossible films.
Cast for Mission Impossible 7
Mission Impossible’s latest edition stars Tom Cruise as the ever Ethan Hunt, alongside the likes of Ving Rhames, Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson, Vanessa Kirby, and Frederick Schmidt – all of whom will be reprising their previous roles. Fans are excited for the return of Henry Czerny as former IMF Director Eugene Kittridge.
Additionally, the existing cast will also feature Hayley Atwell, Cary Elwes, Indira Varma, and Mark Gatiss in as yet unknown roles. The trailer for Mission: Impossible 7 isn’t out yet. The production has been a globe-trotting adventure in and of itself. Incorporating locations as diverse as Rome, Norway and the UK.
Mission Impossible 7 currently has a tentative release date of September 30, 2022. This follows several previous release dates of July 23, 2021, November 19, 2022, and May 27, 2022.As true fans, we can hope for no further delays. In addition, the film will be made available on streaming service Paramount+ 45 days after its theatrical release.