Tom Cruise star attraction at Mission: Impossible premiere

Sergio Cunningham
July 27, 2018

Mission: Impossible - Fallout has screened to some critics around the world, and the early word is nothing short of spectacular, as it gets compared to the likes of Skyfall and Mad Max: Fury Road.

McQuarrie is the first director to return to helm a second Mission: Impossible film after his successful outing with the fifth instalment- Rogue Nation.

On July 13, reports emerged that Tom Cruise, Henry Cavill, and Simon Pegg from "Mission: Impossible - Fallout" were planning on appearing on SBS's variety show "Running Man" during their trip to Korea to promote their film. However, that didn't deter him from still adding an Indian twist to the story.

Oh hells yes, we are VERY excited for this!

The three actors and director Christopher McQuarrie are planning to arrive in Korea between July 15 and 16 to promote their new film. It's filled with gasp-inducing motorcycle chases, kinetic auto sequences, and bruising, brutal combat.

A spy is never complete without his reliable toolset, and we have just the thing to prep you up before embarking upon a brand new adventure.

'Mission: Impossible - Fallout' First Reactions Are 'Absolutely Fantastic' for Biggest Movie of Series
Critics are loving ‘Mission: Impossible — Fallout’

Co-starring Simon Pegg, the new sequel promises "ups the bar" for action.

Apart from directing the film, McQuarrie has written and backed the project as a producer.

"Mission: Impossible - Fallout Is The Most Exhilarating Movie You'll See This Year", reads the headline for Mike Ryan's Uproxx review.

The Paramount Pictures movie will be distributed in India by Viacom18 Motion Pictures. The film releases in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.

It's up to Hunt and his team to set things right, but this time it isn't just the bad guys he has working against him, as the Central Intelligence Agency calls his loyalty and motivation into question.

"I was determined, unlike the last movie, to spend more time in one location".

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