A guarded Mission: Impossible 7 trailer was briefly leaked online before the studio took it down. But we have details.
The trailer for the highly anticipated Mission: Impossible 7 was briefly leaked online before Paramount pulled it off.
The two-minute and 10-second video was shown at CinemaCon last month and was posted to Twitter at 7:30 AM EST, but was soon removed due to a copyright notice.
The video, which also confirmed the name of Tom Cruise’s next action extravaganza, will be titled Dead Reckoning: Part Onethere was a quick edited trailer showing the crazy stunts fans have come to expect from Mission impossible installment.
Any doubts about its authenticity – fan-made trailers often have misleading titles on YouTube and similar platforms – were dispelled when footage of franchise newcomer Hayley Atwell appeared in the video.
The trailer for the movie, due out in July 2023, also features numerous car chases, writhing dancers at a party, a military artillery squad, Rebecca Ferguson fencing on a Venetian bridge, Cruz in the air on a motorcycle, shenanigans involving a train, an underwater scene, and mysterious key.
recurring Mission impossible Supporting stars Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames and Vanessa Kirby are also featured, and there are segments from Pom Klementieff, Shea Whigham and Esai Morales.
Henry Czerny, who played Eugene Kittridge in the first Mission impossible film, plays a prominent role in the trailer, where his voice-over is the only dialogue.
And, of course, there is a clip of Cruz running at full speed. It’s not a Tom Cruise movie if he’s not running, it should be in his contract.
Mission impossible the franchise was relaunched in 1996 by director Brian De Palma with Cruz as Ethan Hunt, an agent for the Impossible Missions Force.
A John Woo sequel followed in 2000 before J.J. Abrams took over the reins of Mission Impossible III in 2006 and Brad Bird in 2011 with Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol.
Since 2015, Cruise has worked closely with director Christopher McQuarrie, who wrote and directed the film. rogue nation and fall outand is responsible for the upcoming seventh and eighth parts.
Cruz and McQuarrie often start filming without a complete script, just sketches of the plot and a set of ambitious stunt ideas.
The seventh and eighth Mission: Impossible films were filmed back-to-back starting in February 2020, before covid closed production. After filming began in mid-2020, footage of Cruise was leaked showing the actor angrily reprimanding crew members for their sloppy handling of covid protocols.
The eighth film is currently in production.
Behind the scenes, further drama ensues as Hollywood Reporter revealed a clash between Cruise and Paramount executives over a Mission: Impossible 7 theatrical showcase. Cruise, who vehemently supports cinematic releases over streaming, was outraged by Paramount’s decision to shorten the window to 45 days. Cruz is said to have hired lawyers to fight Paramount over the issue.
THR it also emerged that there was tension due to the increase in the production budget.
Mission impossible The series was noted for action scenes that are known for being filmed practically rather than being fooled by the sound stage in front of the green screen. Cruz is known to have broken his leg while filming an earlier film while jumping between rooftops in London.
Cruz brought the same desire for practical stunts to Best shooter continuation Maverickdue out this week.