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'Mission: Impossible 7' Trailer finally arrives & it is all kinds of Tom Cruise madness you expect it to be

Cruise returns as Ethan Hunt, IMF agent and operative leader, a role he originated in the 1996 film based on the popular television series. Dead Reckoning Part One marks the seventh movie in the series.

Published: Monday,May 23, 2022 15:18 PM GMT-06:00
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Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part One

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At 60, Tom Cruise thinks and does things that continue to have your jaw dropped again and again. As he continues to rake in the unanimously positive reviews that the franchise sequel, Tom Gun: Maverick is receiving, another popular and way longer-running franchise is now back in news.

Mission:Impossible, a franchise that continues to be one the absolute few that has only gotten better and better with every new movie coming in had the 7th installment in the works for a while now.

But finally, the moment is here as the first teaser trailer of Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part One arrives. The official Mission: Impossible — Dead Reckoning Part One trailer release comes after an apparent leak over the weekend. Twitter users who shared the leak were quickly slapped with a copyright takedown. The initial glimpse of the Paramount film was screened at CinemaCon last month.

Cruise returns as Ethan Hunt, IMF agent and operative leader, a role he originated in the 1996 film based on the popular television series. Dead Reckoning Part One marks the seventh movie in the series.

Dead Reckoning Part One is particularly notable as it is the first sequel to bring back Eugene Kittridge, the director of the IMF in the 1996 film. In that movie, the character shared one of the most iconic scenes of the entire franchise, which is the “Kittridge, you’ve never seen me very upset” exchange with Hunt. Kittridge is once again played by Henry Czerny, who has good screen time in the new trailer.

Here is the trailer-


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Director Christopher McQuarrie’s latest film in the massively popular franchise, delayed several times due to the pandemic, is set for theatrical release on July 14, 2023. The following film in the series is expected to be released on June 28, 2024.

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BhetuPunha
BhetuPunha 1 months ago lit.
He doesn't look 60.
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