So, apparently, we have the wrong state bird. Carl Golden: Opinion: Buono, Sweeney, and the Democratic Version of 'Mission Impossible' Sweeney, DiVincenzo and assorted county leaders are coming across as openly rooting for a Christie victory. Show More Summary
There had to come a day when "Star Wars" casting rumors would concern someone besides Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, and Carrie Fisher eventually, and it looks like today is that day. The usually trustworthy folks over at Latino Review have taken the first crack at reporting which actor will be some of the new blood [...]
The indie Europa Report features Sharlto Copley (District 9, Elysium) and Michael Nyqvist (The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol) as members of a crew in space. The film has been fairly under the radar until now, with only a couple images, a poster, and some teaser footage to give us [...]
This week’s episode of the GeekScholars Movie News podcast kicks off with the news that Tom Cruise has agreed to produce and star (of course) in Mission: Impossible 5. The hosts also discuss director Shane Black, of recent Iron Man 3 fame, being tapped to write and helm an adaptation of Doc Savage. Rounding out [...]
A writer has been found for Mission: Impossible IV and it's one of the writers from the recent Iron Man 3 film who also wrote on Pacific Rim. The scale of both films fits well with the scale required for Mission: Impossible IV but it's not all about action. Show More Summary
Christopher McQuarrie (Jack Reacher) is reportedly in talks to direct.
After scripting the biggest hit of 2013, "Iron Man 3," it's no surprise that screenwriter Drew Pearce has moved on to a similarly big project. It's being reported that Pearce has signed on to pen the screenplay for the upcoming "Mission: Impossible" sequel "Mi5." The Hollywood Reporter has the news, confirming that Paramount Pictures has [...]
Earlier this month, we reported to you that three things were happening—Mission: Impossible 5 was indeed happening, that Tom Cruise would definitely return to star as Ethan Hunt, and that his Jack Reacher director Christopher McQuarrie is the person most likely to helm the film (his name keeps popping up as the most likely candidate). [...]
Tom Cruise will star in and produce this latest sequel, with Christopher McQuarrie in talks to direct. [...]
Briefly: We don’t know what Mission: Impossible 5 will be about, but we know who will write: Drew Pearce, who scripted Iron Man 3 with director Shane Black, has been hired to write the film. Tom Cruise returns to star, and the sequel will reportedly shoot in the fall of this year, after Cruise finishes [...]
Fun fact: if you write a Mission: Impossible screenplay, it doesn’t have to be on self-destructing paper. That may seem counter-intuitive, which is why David Koepp wrote 4 drafts of the 1996 film that all exploded before he could deliver them to Brian De Palma, but you can use totally normal printer stock. Show More Summary
The Hollywood Reporter writes that Iron Man 3 scribe Drew Pearce will write the next Mission: Impossible film which already has Tom Cruise signed on. The film is expected to begin filming in the fall once Cruise is finished working … Continue reading ?
Hey Yo! Draven here. It sounds like we are starting to get some solid movement on the next installment in the MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE franchise. Deadline is reporting that IRON MAN 3 and PACIFIC RIM writer, Drew Pearce, has been hired to...Show More Summary
Still no confirmation on Christopher McQuarrie directing Mission: Impossible 5, but Drew Pearce has come aboard as to tackle the screenplay. In addition to penning the mega-grossing Iron Man 3, Pearce wrote Guillermo del Toro's upcoming Pacific Rim and will be the writer on the eventual Sherlock Holmes threequel. Not much is known ... More »
Tom Cruise will star in and produce the film
Paramount Pictures has hired Iron Man 3 co-writer Drew Pearce to pen Mission: Impossible 5, says The Hollywood Reporter. Tom Cruise will star in and produce the fifth installment and is expect to shoot the movie in the fall after filming Warner Bros. Show More Summary
After co-writing what has been the biggest movie of the year so far with Marvel's Iron Man 3, screenwriter Drew Pearce is staying in the business of blockbuster sequels at Paramount Pictures. THR has word that Pearce has been hired to...Show More Summary
Safe to say that Drew Pearce is on a roll. Fresh off penning the billion-dollar-quick Iron Man 3, the British former sitcom guy has been tapped to write the next Mission: Impossible pic. Paramount‘s lucrative Tom Cruise franchise got a jolt of adrenaline from last year’s fourth installment, Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol, which scooped up nearly $700M worldwide.
Screenwriter Drew Pearce (Iron Man 3) has signed on to write 'Mission: Impossible 5.'
Will Chris McQuarrie direct?