New ‘Mission: Impossible 6’ title, and daring set photos of Tom Cruise

The advertising campaign is in full swing for Paramount’s sixth installment in the Mission: Impossible franchise, and Tom Cruise is leading the charge.

In the last two days the leading actor has been using his social media accounts to announce to the world that a new Mission: Impossible movie is indeed upon us this year. With these posts to his Instagram and Twitter we now  know that the title of the movie is Mission: Impossible – Fallout, that Cruise can actually jump tall buildings in a single bound, and that hanging on to the side of a flying helicopter is not a problem for the 55-year-old actor.

Check out the posts below!

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“We’ve upped the ante for the sixth #MissionImpossible,” he captioned in his Instagram post. “I can’t wait for you guys to see more.”
And this morning in his tweet he says, “Get ready for the most thrilling mission yet…”.

And just like that, I, and everyone else, is looking forward to this movie coming out this summer.  With this much content coming out at the moment, be on the lookout for a trailer very soon.

What do you think of these new photos? What do you think of the new movie title? Will you be seeing this movie in the theater? Leave a comment below. We can make a discussion out of it.

Tom Cruise Halts Production on ‘Mission: Impossible 6’ Due To Pay Dispute

Things have been getting off to a pretty rocky start for the next film in the Mission: Impossible franchise. A little over a month ago the film was falling apart due to script issues – and while those problems seem to have been alleviated, the film now has a new problem.

According to sources from The Hollywood Reporter, there are currently disputes between Tom Cruise and Paramount Pictures over the leading actor’s salary.

In the article, The Hollywood Reporter claims that the issue is that Cruise wants more money in order to match or exceed the pay he is receiving from Universal Pictures for his staring role in their The Mummy, which is currently shooting in London.

Paramount had announced that they were setting Mission: Impossible 6 for a late 2017 release date.  However, if problems persist the film could be pushed back. Continue reading “Tom Cruise Halts Production on ‘Mission: Impossible 6’ Due To Pay Dispute”