Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning – Part One: Things You Don’t Know About

The seventh episode of the saga with Tom Cruise arrives in theaters. Here, everything you need to know about Ethan Hunt’s latest daring exploits

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Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning – Part One: Things You Don’t Know About
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Mission: Impossible Dead Reckoning Part One finally arrives in cinemas with Tom Cruise for the seventh time in the role of the intrepid international spy Ethan Hunt. Directed by Christopher McQuarrie, the film is bound to push the boundaries. Starting with the plot in which Hunt and his team from the IMF (Impossible Mission Force) will be threatened, for the first time, by an invisible enemy: an artificial intelligence out of control who wants to annihilate humanity. In the cast of this new mission impossible we will find, among others, Rebecca Ferguson, Simon Pegg and Vanessa Kirby. Among the new entries Hayley Hatwell, the Peggy Carter of Captain America, Cary Elwes and Shea Whigham.

Known for high-stakes, hand-executed stunts, Cruise once again raises the bar for danger. So after the top of Dubai’s Burj Khalifa (the tallest skyscraper in the world) and the tailgate of the plane taking off, which he clung to, the 61- year -old Hollywood star faced one of the most spectacular stunts of his reckless career a motorcycle jump from a 1,200 meter high cliff . After the preview in Rome on June 19, the film received critical acclaim. Mission: Impossible Dead Reckoning – Part One is divided into two chapters the second will be released on June 28, 2024.

The Most “Impossible” Stunt Ever

Known for his high-stakes personally performed stunts, Tom Cruise raises the bar once again by tackling the film’s most iconic stunt a motorcycle jump off a 1,200-meter cliff. In training, the actor jumped from a parachute 500 times and performed 13,000 motocross jumps. The stunt was shot on the first day of shooting in Norway. Tom performed the stunt six times. Six jumps, six motorcycles crashed into the cliff.

On Top Of A Moving Train

Launching full throttle into a vacuum, that wasn’t the only requirement for starring in Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning – Part One. Tom Cruise also had to battle villain Esai Morales (Gabriel, the film’s villain) on the roof of a train speeding along at 60 miles per hour, before the engine tumbled off the cliff. “There wasn’t a surplus of trains available to be destroyed,” says director McQuarrie “we had to build the train if we wanted to disintegrate it.”

An all crazy 500

Among the most spectacular sequences of the film, also the one in which Tom Cruise is handcuffed to Hayley Atwell as they speed through the center of Rome in a possessed yellow Fiat 500.

Ethan Hunt’s outburst

The shooting of the film has had delays, stops and postponements due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The English tabloid The Sun has released the audio in which Cruise lashes out at two workers, guilty of not keeping a safe distance (i.e. staying less than two meters away), on the English set of the film. This led to the resignation of five crew members.

How Much Did Mission Impossible 7 Cost

The budget of the film is 290 million dollars.

How long is Mission Impossible 7

The film will run at 2 hours and 36 minutes without credits, making it the longest Film in the series. According to Rotten Tomatoes Mission: Impossible 7 With 99% of positive reviews, with a decidedly high average score (8.2/10), the film boasts the highest Rotten Tomatoes percentage of the saga.

Mission Impossible 7 streaming

The film will also be available for streaming on Paramount.

About Mission Impossible

It was 1996 when Brian De Palma directed Cruise, for the first time, in the role of IMF agent Ethan Hunt in the remake of the television series of the same name aired between 1966 and 1973. It was by the same actor, a great fan of the show , the idea of ​​making a feature film with his newly formed Cruise / Wagner Productions together with Paramount Pictures.

Does the IMF really exist?

The IMF, Impossible Mission Force, is a secret special section of the CIA that doesn’t really exist in reality: the Tom Cruise saga takes it from the television series as a sort of sequel to the latter.

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