Tom Cruise’s next ‘Mission: Impossible’ film has been delayed until May 2025.
The 8th sequel ‘Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning, Part Two’ was due to land in cinemas in June 2024, but the follow-up to 2023’s ‘Dead Reckoning, Part 1’ has now been bumped back by almost a year.
It has been reported that the film will also undergo a name change with a new title expected to be announced at a later date. However, the picture is still expected to directly follow the events of ‘Dead Reckoning Part 1’
The movie had been in production this year but shut down to allow the cast to promote the first installment over the summer. However, the cameras remained off as the Hollywood actors’ strike started in July meaning the cast could not get back to work on the film.
The action film is among a number of other titles that have also been pushed back including ‘A Quiet Place: Day One’ – a prequel to the 2018 original starring Lupita Nyong’o and Denis Hare – which had originally been due for release in March 2024. The film will now land in June 2024.
‘Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning, Part 2’ director Christopher McQuarrie previously promised fans they will be treated to some epic underwater scenes in the new movie