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Published On: Wed, Mar 25th, 2015

Poster, teaser reveals ‘Mission Impossible Rogue Nation’ will be new film in franchise

Mission Impossible 5 will finally have a “real name” as Paramount released a teaser, a poster and some details on the new film starring Tom Cruise as Ethan Hunt.

Mission Impossible Rogue Nation will be the fifth film in the franchise as see Cruise joined by Simon Pegg, Jeremy Renner, Ving Rhames from the previous films, joined by Rebecca Ferguson, Alec Baldwin and Sean Harris as the film’s baddie.

Tom Cruise mission impossible rogue nation“Harris as head of a shadowy (of course) organization called “The Syndicate,” described in the teaser as an “anti-IMF” group plotting…something (of course),” notes Deadline in their coverage.

The teaser previews tons of action, Cruise hanging outside of a jetliner taking off, destroying the new BMW and another motorcycle chase scene.

Christopher McQuarrie directs from a screenplay by Drew Pearce and Christopher McQuarrie and Will Staples. The film is produced by Tom Cruise through Tom Cruise Productions and J.J. Abrams and Bryan Burk through Bad Robot. Skydance Productions’ David Ellison, Dana Goldberg and Don Granger will serve as executive producers.

The 4th installment in the globally successful franchise, Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol, earned nearly $700 million worldwide and became Cruise’s highest grossing film to date in his career.

Mission Impossible Rogue Nation will arrive in theaters on July 31, 2015.

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