Filming of the upcoming action movie sequel Mission: Impossible 7 It is now well on its way after several delays, with director Christopher McQuarrie now revealing via social media that he has enlisted the talent of several well-known faces to round out the supporting cast. Joining Tom Cruise on his latest impossible mission will be Deadpool 2 star Rob Delaney, Top Gun: Maverick’s Charles Parnell, game of Thrones star Indira Varma, Sherlock Mark Gatiss and Mountain range star Cary Elwes.
While their roles remain a mystery at this time, the final image of Cary elwes is combined with the title “Welcome to the community”. Now while this of course could just be McQuarrie welcoming you to the Mission Impossible family, it is also very possible that these new cast members form another evil and scheming group called “The Community”, similar to the Syndicate. Each image is also stamped with the hashtag “# MI7MI8”, so expect these new additions to play an integral role in the proceedings that will continue for the next two sequels.
Plot details for the upcoming installments of the long-running franchise are currently under wraps, but director Christopher McQuarrie has previously said that both Mission: Impossible 7 other Mission: Impossible 8 will end the Ethan Hunt story. McQuarrie has also teased that the sequels will take Hunt to the beginning, as well as providing a much more emotional journey for the seemingly indestructible action hero.
Hunt’s past has already started to reap its head in the form of the sordid IMF director Eugene Kittridge, who will once again be played by Henry Czerny. The character has not appeared on the series since 1996 in the first Mission Impossible film. Vanessa Kirby is also ready to repeat her Mission: Impossible – Fallout role as Alanna Mitsopolis, a black market arms dealer known as the White Widow and daughter of “Max,” a character who also appeared in the first Mission Impossible.
A new image shared by McQuarrie has also hinted at the possible return of Mission: Impossible 2 Chimera virus. The shot shows the hand of an unknown person holding a syringe gun that looks suspiciously like the one used to administer the deadly Chimera that nearly wiped out civilization so many years ago.
The sequel finds Tom Cruise returning once again to the role of Ethan Hunt, with Ving Rhames as Luther Stickell, Simon Pegg as Benji Dunn, and Rebecca Ferguson as former MI6 agent Ilsa Faust. Rob delaney, Charles Parnell, Indira Varma, Mark Gatiss and Cary Elwes join fellow newcomers Hayley Atwell, Pom Klementieff, Shea Whigham and Esai Morales.
With filming still in progress, patient Mission Impossible Fans waiting for a trailer could have an extended stay, and McQuarrie recently said “I promise to tell you the moment I see one,” when asked when the first recording would be released. Mission: Impossible 7 It is scheduled to be released in theaters on November 19, 2021 by Paramount Pictures, followed by a streaming release on Paramount + 45 days later. The plan was to film so much Mission: Impossible 7 other Mission: Impossible 8 consecutively, but sadly those plans have now changed due to delays caused by the current global situation. Mission: Impossible 8 is still scheduled for release on November 4, 2022. This comes to us courtesy of Christopher McQuarrie’s official Instagram account.
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