The full first trailer for the Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation movie out on July 31.
Tom Cruise teased the first trailer of his new Mission: Impossible movie on Sunday. Now the full trailer of Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation has been released. The 160 second trailer reveals the major plot points and some of the over the top action scenes including Tom Cruise hanging outside a A400 while takeoff. This stunt is real and has been done by Tom Cruise himself.
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Of course Tom Cruise was tied to the plane, but it was still extremely dangerous as any small object that the propellers of the A400 would pick could have hit him.
"That's me the whole time. I was standing right over the tires when we landed. It's nerve-racking for everyone else, but pretty exciting for me," said Tom Cruise to USA Today.
The Mission Impossible 5 trailer has retro soundtrack. It's a remix of the legendary "Ready or Not Here I Come" version of The Fugees from 1996. The original "Ready or Not Here I Come" song is from the Soul band The Delfonics from 1968.
Tom Cruise is Ethan Hunt since almost 20 years now. The way 52-year-old Tom Cruise is immune against aging we can expect another 10 years of Ethan Hung adventures.
The teaser trailer is a rundown of lots of these. Some aspects of the story have to come through in the teaser. After IMF has been disbanded by Washington officials including CIA Chief (Alec Baldwin), Hunt must face a new enemy called "The Syndicate." They built an organization similar to IMF in the shadow. There is a secret IMF counter organization, a rogue nation.
Besides Tom Cruise his IMF team members Jeremy Renner, Simon Pegg and Ving Rhames are back in Rogue Nation. Rebecca Ferguson joins as newcomer. Christopher McQuarrie is directing.
Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation will be in theaters on July 31.
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The first Mission Impossible movie was released in 1996. It had the iconic action scene where Ethan Hunt was suspending from the ceiling to hack a computer. Overall the Mission Impossible Franchise has generated more than $2 billion worldwide at the box office.