Mission: Impossible 6 Director Christopher McQuarrie Hints At Multiple Stunts Involving Tom Cruise


In Hollywood, there are movie stunts, and then there are Tom Cruise movie stunts.

Whether it’s scaling Dubai’s famous Burj Khalifa or clinging on to the side of an airborne military plane, Cruise excels in the extraordinary, and he’ll look to continue that streak with the release of Paramount’s untitled Mission: Impossible 6 in 2018.

Indeed, writer-director Christopher McQuarrie is no stranger to orchestrating an action sequence involving Tom Cruise, having directed the Hollywood veteran in Jack Reacher and Rogue Nation, which scored an impressive $682 million worldwide two years ago and proved that, even after all these years, there’s still an appetite for impossible, death-defying missions revolving around Ethan Hunt and the IMF.

Production on Mission: Impossible 6 has now uprooted for London, England, and we know from recently-released set photos that Ilsa Faust (Rebecca Ferguson), Luther Stickell (Ving Rhames), and Benji Dunn (Simon Pegg) will all be enlisting to help Ethan Hunt on his next globe-trotting adventure. And it’s on this adventure that Tom Cruise will seemingly be performing multiple stunts as the seasoned IMF operative, if Christopher McQuarrie’s Tweets are any indication.

First spotted by Screen Rant, McQuarrie responded to a pair of curious Twitter users with regards to Tom Cruise’s stunt work in M:I 6. Why, you ask? Because previous reports have revealed that Cruise spent the past year training for a Mission: Impossible 6 stunt, but it seems Ethan Hunt still has plenty of surprises hidden up his sleeve.

Per Twitter:

Also starring Sean Harris, Alec Baldwin and not Jeremy Renner, who has seemingly resigned from the IMF in favor of the MCU, Mission: Impossible 6 is expected to storm into theaters on July 27th, 2018. For the first time since her cameo at the end of Ghost Protocol, Michelle Monaghan’s Julia Meade is also set to appear.

Source: Twitter

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