Tom Cruise, the star actor of the Mission franchise ; Impossible, has unveiled the official title of the sixth installment on his Instagram account.
Last August, fans of Tom Cruise held their breath after his small accident, fortunately without gravity, on the set of the new Mission: Impossible . A few months later, the franchise gave very good news by advancing the release date of the film despite the incident.
Since then, more. With the exception of a stolen video of the filming published on the internet a few weeks ago, and where we saw Tom Cruise run on a bridge in London, we did not really have news of the actor and his stooges. But that was before the comedian decided to inaugurate his Instagram account.
Tom Cruise has indeed unveiled the official title of the film in a first post. The sixth installment of Miss ion Impossible will be called Mission Impossible: Fallout . The production has also published a first official synopsis for the film:
“The best intentions often end up coming back to haunt you. Mission Impossible: Fallout finds Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) and his MFI team ( Alec Baldwin , Simon Pegg , Ving Rhames ) and some of their allies ( Rebecca Ferguson , Michelle Monaghan ) in a race against the clock after failure of a mission. Henry Cavill , Angela Bassett and Vanessa Kirby also join the cast and director Christopher McQuarrie returns behind the camera. “
A pitch that does not really say more about what awaits us and will unfold, hopefully, more frankly in a future trailer. In the meantime, to give us a little more desire, Tom Cruise made a second post on Instagram.
The comedian published a photo of him in the waterfall on a helicopter . A snapshot that is reminiscent of the impressive sequence of the plane in Rogue Nation . Just wait until August 1 to discover all that .
Christopher McQuarrie is back behind the camera for this sixth episode, after the success of Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation in 2015. He had finished his box office career with nearly $ 683 million, barely less than Protocol Ghost in 2011 (694 million), which remains to this day the biggest success of the franchise.