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Mission: Impossible 7 is late again

Mission: Impossible 7 is late again

Those waiting for Mission: Impossible 7 already have chances to show patience. But this is not the end. More profiles will be useful.

Mission: Impossible 7 will premiere only in 2023

Fans and fans of Tom Cruise have nothing to be happy about lately, at least when it comes to new films with this actor. If there is information about it, it is mainly about changes related to the dates of the premiere. Unfortunately we are dealing with it again.

With a decision by Paramount Pictures and Skydance Productions, Mission: Impossible 7 will have another slide. And not just any. Recently, it was claimed that the movie will be released in theaters on September 30, 2022. But in the end, that is not expected until July 14, 2023. It is easy to calculate how many more months you have to wait.

Mission: Impossible 8 also bounces

At the same time, one should hope that it ends there. Fans of the series definitely know that this isn’t the first delay for Mission: Impossible 7. They should also remember that Mission Impossible 8 has also been announced. Of course, in this case, it was decided to take a similar step in relation to this film. Here the premiere has been postponed from July 7, 2023 to June 28, 2024.

Why do we need to talk about changing plans again? Paramount Pictures explains that the ongoing pandemic is to blame. It was emphasized that the work in Mission Impossible 7 involved a lot of exciting scenes at the expense of reducing the green screen and frequent changes to the location, and this was very challenging. Now that the main work has been completed, there are still concerns about what the cinema attendance might look like.

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Mission: Impossible 7 was written and directed by Christopher Macquarie. In addition to Tom Cruise, Vanessa Kirby, Rebecca Ferguson, Simon Pegg, and Ving Rhames will also star.

Źródło:RottenTomatoes, Paramount Pictures