Every ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Trailer Easter Egg
There’s a lot packed into just a few minutes — including a hidden reference to Peter Parker’s Uncle Ben.
Why Ignore the All-Female Reboot?
The new Jason Reitman project will bypass the 2016 film, a move that is sparking debate.
MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 7 AND 8 ARE COMING IN 2021 AND 2022, PLUS MORE MOVIE NEWS
There are lots of long-running movie franchises, but in many of those examples, the cast changes over time (the MCU and the Rocky/Creed franchises being two exceptions to the rule). This week we learned that, in 2022, Tom Cruise will hit movie #8 in his long-running Mission: Impossible franchise, as Mission: Impossible 7 and Mission: Impossible 8 are being developed for releases in the summers of 2021 and 2022, respectively. Paramount is aiming to achieve this goal by hiring writer/director Christopher McQuarrie to work on both sequels, following what he’s done on the last two films, 2015’s Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation (Certified Fresh at 93%) and last year’s Mission: Impossible – Fallout (Certified Fresh at 97%). The two movies will be shot back-to-back to ensure their releases within a year of each other, and also to make it easier to schedule not just Tom Cruise, but his supporting cast, which may include Fallout co-stars like Rebecca Ferguson, Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames, etc. We don’t have any indication what Mission: Impossible 7 (2021) and Mission: Impossible 8 (2022) might be about, but they will probably feature Tom Cruise doing some of his own crazy stunts. Cruise’s next film will be the sequel Top Gun: Maverick(6/26/2020), and he will also be celebrating his 60th birthday on July 3, 2022, possibly around the same time that Mission: Impossible 8 will be released.