Mission: Impossible fans will have to wait a bit longer to see Tom Cruise’s character Ethan Hunt back in action. The actors’ much-awaited films Mission: Impossible 7 and Mission: Impossible 8 have again been delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Paramount Pictures Is delaying the release of the next two films in the long-running spy series.
Mission: Impossible 7, which was earlier to premiere on September 30, will now start on July 14, 2023. Impossible Goal 8, which was recently scheduled to open on July 7, 2023, will instead move to June 28, 2024.
The seventh film, co-produced by skydance, was originally scheduled to open on July 23, 2021, and has been postponed several times due to changes in the public health situation.
There has also been a delay in the production of films COVID-19, Mission: Impossible movies are complicated to shoot as they have many stunts and effects, the film production team is trying to make as much green screen work as possible. They also frequently jet from one foreign port of call to another (the latest films shot in Italy, the UK and Poland, to name just a few places).
“After careful consideration, Paramount Pictures and Skydance have decided to postpone the release dates for Mission: Impossible 7 and 8 in response to delays due to the pandemic. The new release dates are July 14, 2023 and June 28.” , will be 2024.” respectively,” the companies said in a joint statement.
“We look forward to providing moviegoers with an unparalleled theatrical experience,” the companies said.
The next two films of the series will be seen once again cruise As Ethan Hunt, an IMF agent with nine lives and a penchant for hanging airplanes, skyscrapers, mountains and really any high-altitude building or projectile on which he can get his mitts.
In addition to the upcoming Mission: Impossible films, Cruise has another high-profile production with Paramount this year, Top Gun: Maverick, which opens in theaters on May 27.
It was originally scheduled to be released by Paramount Pictures on July 12, 2019, before it was pushed to 2020 and beyond.