Paramount Pictures has postponed the ‘ Tom Cruise’s next two “Mission: Impossible movies” due to coronavirus pandemic. The immense and lucrative Chinese film-induced film industry was hit almost immediately as a movie theatres across the country were closed and major releases were delayed. Hollywood soon began to feel the effects too and as time passes, the impact of the coronavirus on the impact of the entertainment industries will certainly grow.
Most recently, Warner Bros announced new release dates for several upcoming movies, including the Batman and In the heights and San Diego comic cancelled. Paramount pictures sequels of its action spy ” Mission: Impossible” in response to the global spread of the Covid-19 epidemic to open on Nov-4, 2022 instead of Aug-5, 2022, US entertainment news outlet Deadline Hollywood reported on Friday.
Mission: Impossible is a series of American action spy films both based on and a follow on from the television of the same name created by Bruse Geller. The series is co-produced and stars Tom Cruise, whose character is Ethan Hunt, an agent of the Impossible Missions Force( IMF). The original music for the movies has been written by Danny Elfman, Hans Zimmer, Michael Giachino.
All of the Missions films are released by paramount pictures and rated PG – 13 by the Motion picture association of America. Mission: Impossible is an American action spy film written and directed by Christopher Mc Quarry, and starring Tom Cruise, who reprises his role as Ethan Hunt. It is scheduled to be released on November 19, 2021, by Paramount pictures. Another untitled sequel, also directed by Mc Quarrie will be released on November 4, 2022.