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First look at Tom Cruise in Mission: Impossible 7

Joe Anderton
·2-min read
Photo credit: Paramount
Photo credit: Paramount

From Digital Spy

Mission: Impossible 7 is on track to release later this year – with Tom Cruise angrily threatening anyone working on the production who breaks COVID safety protocols – and a first-look image has just been released.

Movie studio Paramount has shown an image of Tom Cruise's Ethan Hunt running down a dark, foggy environment.

He should probably slow down unless he trips over and bumps into a wall – but we don't think he'd listen, this is the guy who likes to hang out the side of planes, after all.

Photo credit: Paramount
Photo credit: Paramount

Related: Mission: Impossible 2 star says she was "never asked" back after 'surreal' Tom Cruise experience

The photo is also slightly reminiscent of an anecdote told by Cruise's The Mummy reboot co-star Annabelle Wallis, who said that Cruise had a rule that people didn't run alongside him onscreen.

She did manage to get him to break that rule with her in the 2017 film, but it took her a while. It was recently announced that – in America at least – the film would come to the upcoming streaming service Paramount+ a very short 45 days after coming out in cinemas.

Similarly to HBO Max, we don't know when or if it is coming to the UK.

Mission: Impossible 7 currently has a scheduled release date of November 19, 2021, with an eighth movie pencilled in for 2022.

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