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"Mission: Impossible 6" gets a release date

Writer: Arivintiran Ponnan


Ethan Hunt will return in 2018 for yet another mission.

9 Nov – Hollywood actor Tom Cruise's latest instalment in the long list of "Mission: Impossible" film franchise is set for a July 2018 release.

According to Paramount Pictures, the action packed entertainer is expected to hit cinemas on 27 July 2018 in North America. The movie is also rumoured to be released at the same time as the Warner Bros' and DC Comics' superhero film, "Aquaman".

The movie will see Cruise reprising his role as secret agent Ethan Hunt for the sixth time.

It will also mark the return of academy award- winning director Christopher McQuarrie who previously teamed up with Cruise for "Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation" and "Jack Reacher" among others.

The last and fifth "Mission: Impossible" movie grossed over USD682.3 million worldwide based on Box Office Mojo stats, against its USD150 million budget which sets hopes up high for the upcoming film.

Now all that remains to be seen is if either the yet to be titled "Mission: Impossible 6" or the Jason Momoa starring "Aquaman" would budge from the same release date, or else audiences would see both the blockbusters go head to head in order to dominate the box office numbers.

Cinema Online, 09 November 2016

Related Movies:
Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation (30 Jul 2015)
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