Impossible 7′ Gets Official Title

The first two Mission Impossible the sequels got numerical titles, but since then each subsequent film has been given a vaguely ominous and slightly inscrutable subtitle. There was Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocolso Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nationso Mission: Impossible — Fallout. What do they mean? It honestly doesn’t matter. They just sound good.

The oft-delayed seventh and eighth films are currently in production, and their official titles were recently revealed during Paramount Pictures’ presentation at the annual CinemaCon convention in Las Vegas. The seventh film will henceforth be known as Mission: Impossible — Dead Time Part 1.

It does not roll the tongue, but what are you going to do?

Like the previous two Mission Impossible, these two upcoming sequels will be written and directed by Christopher McQuarrie. The cast includes franchise veterans Rebecca Ferguson, Ving Rhames, Simon Pegg, Vanessa Kirby and Henry Czerny, whose Eugene Kittridge hasn’t been seen in a Mission Impossible since the first movie 25 years ago. (He is the guy who is not Tom Cruise in this scene.)

Although production is reported to be complete in Calculation of deaths part 1McQuarrie, Cruise and the cast are still filming Part 2. Cruise did not appear in person at CinemaCon to announce the title change; instead, he appeared in a pre-recorded message from South Africa, where the crew is currently on location filming even more death-defying stunts.

Mission: Impossible — Time Out Part 1 is scheduled to be released in theaters on July 14, 2023, although it has already been rescheduled several times. The sequel, now known as Dead Calculus Part 2It will be released in theaters on June 28, 2024.

15 movies that were banned around the world

Whether due to violence, explicit content, or negative portrayals of the homeland, these films were drawn from at least one foreign nation. Here are 15 movies that were once banned in countries around the world.

Leave a Comment