This coming week, toys-to-life franchise mash-up Lego Dimensions will start its second year, and begin rolling out an even larger range of new inclusions than its initial offering. Harry Potter, Adventure Time, Mission Impossible and...Show More Summary
After a contract disagreement, Tom Cruise has finally closed his deal for the next Mission: Impossible sequel.
On September 17, 1966, a landmark TV program debuted over on CBS: Bruce Geller’s Mission: Impossible, an action-adventure series centering on a team of highly skilled government agents. The original M:I ran from 1966 to 1973 and spawned...Show More Summary
Production was halted on Mission: Impossible 6 over a pay dispute, but now everything is all settled and ready to resume. Cue the theme music!
With the star nearing a salary deal with Paramount Pictures, preproduction is expected to restart on the sixth installment of the hit franchise. The post Tom Cruise Chooses to Accept Mission: Impossible 6 appeared first on CBR.com.
It'll take more than a salary dispute to take the Mission Impossible franchise out of Tom Cruise's cold, impossibly tanned hands. THR reports that, after a stall in pay negotiations halted preproduction on the upcoming Mission Impossible 6, Cruise is apparently "close to closing his deal" on the Christopher McQuarrie ... More »
Last month, we reported on a rumored salary issue brewing over on the Mission: Impossible 6 front. According to the original Deadline report, there were one of two potential issues: Paramount Pictures wanted to trim Cruise's and the producer's fees for the film. Show More Summary
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Christopher McQuarrie returns as the writer and director.
The franchise sequel is back on track with plans to begin production next spring The post Tom Cruise Chooses to Accept Mission: Impossible 6 appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Things have gotten pretty perilous for the Mission Impossible team lately, with the long-running action franchise threatening to self-destruct after pre-production on Mission Impossible 6 was shut down by contract negotiations with star Tom Cruise. Show More Summary
Guess they showed him the money. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Tom Cruise has nearly closed a deal with Paramount to return in "Mission: Impossible 6" after contentious salary negotiations halted pre-production last month. Cruise...Show More Summary
It's a no-brainer, but now it's officially official! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. THR says Tom Cruise is officially signed for Mission: Impossible 6. There was some drama behind the scenes about percentage...Show More Summary
Last month we heard that Tom Cruise was holding up Mission: Impossible 6 over a dispute with studio Paramount Pictures over pay. But today it was revealed that Cruise has signed a deal to return as Ethan Hunt for a sixth mission. Find out the details after the jump. Show More Summary
Jonathan Rhys Meyers (Mission: Impossible III, Match Point, Bend It Like Beckham) will portray the Clash’s Joe Strummer in an upcoming film called London Town, according to Rolling Stone. Directed by Derrick Borte, the film is set in London in 1979, and follows Shay (played by Daniel Huttlestone), a teenage punk who crosses paths with Joe Strummer. Show More Summary
Troy Newman, President of pro-life organization Operation Rescue, has warned that a potential Hillary Clinton presidency would make the pro-life mission of ending abortion in American "nearly impossible."
A whole lot of IPs are coming to LEGO Dimensions later this month. For starters you have the predictable Harry Potter and Ghostbusters packs, but there's some wacky ones in there too. I mean, Mission Impossible -- like, the Tom Cruise...Show More Summary