Production, Christopher McQuarrie

The fifth Tom Cruise headlined Mission: Impossible movie – a project that reunited Cruise with his Jack Reacher director Christopher McQuarrie – is racing to the finish line faster than originally expected, following its release date having been bumped up by five months.

Christopher McQuarrie talks Mission Impossible 5; trailer coming soon James Gunn wasn't the only filmmaker to recently take part in an online Q&A. MISSION IMPOSSIBLE 5 director Christopher McQuarrie also did one over the weekend through his Twitter, where revealed a few things about the upcoming film. According to Christopher McQuarrie, the first MISSION IMPOSSIBLE 5 trailer and poster will be released soon, and the official title for the movie will be announced... Read More...

Last we heard, Christopher McQuarrie was retooling the ending of Mission: Impossible 5, resulting in a bit of a delay. According to the director, that’s not really accurate. McQuarrie took to Twitter for a spontaneous Q&A, fielding questions from fans of the series. The director addressed that issue with the ending, which characters won’t be back (and which ones get more screen time) and when we can expect the film’s official title and trailer. Continue reading…

Tom Cruise and Rebecca Ferguson Spotted Filming Mission: Impossible 5 The photos from the set of director Christopher McQuarrie's Mission: Impossible 5 set in Vienna, Austria continue to come in. The latest batch, which you can check out in the gallery below, features Tom Cruise and Rebecca Ferguson ("The White Queen") filming atop the roof of the opera house.

Ving Rhames to return for MI5 & Stellan Skarsgard will appear in Avengers 2 Director Christopher McQuarrie recently announced on his Twitter Ving Rhames will return as Luther Stickell in MISSION IMPOSSIBLE 5, making him the only actor to appear in every MI flick besides Tom Cruise. No word on how large his role will be in the film, but hopefully it'll bigger than his cameo in MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: GHOST PROTOCOL. Filming for the next MISSION IMPOSSIBLE movie should start by the... Read More...

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Legal Brawl Erupts Over Tom Cruise Thriller 'One Shot' (Exclusive)

feedproxy.google.com – Don Granger, Gary Levinsohn and their Mutual Film Co. are named as defendants in a suit filed in Los Angeles Superior Court by Kevin Messick, who alleges he entered into a joint venture agreement to develop the Lee Child novel into a movie at Paramount. 10 years 15 weeks ago via jackiechan
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