With a list of credits that range from True Romance to Mission: Impossible II to The Expendables, cinematographer Jeffrey Kimball attended this year's Camerimage Festival in Bydgoszcz, Poland to showcase the new 3D version of one of his famous efforts with longtime collaborator Tony Scott, Top Gun. Show More Summary
Simon Pegg confirms 'Mission: Impossible 5,' Jack Nicholson and Tom Cruise in 'El President,' Keanu Reeves talks reprising his 'Constantine' role - more! The post Movie News Wrap Up: ‘Mission: Impossible 5,’ ‘Constantine,’ ‘El Presidente’ & More appeared first on Screen Rant.
'Mission: Impossible 5' helmer Christopher McQuarrie is going to direct Colin Firth in 'Three to Kill', an adaptation of a novel by French writer Jean-Patrick Manchette. The post Christopher McQuarrie Will Direct Colin Firth In ‘Three to Kill’ appeared first on Screen Rant.
Simon Pegg is returning to the Mission: Impossible series. Pegg made mention of that fact while doing promotion for The World’s End. When he was asked about returning for Mission: Impossible 5, Pegg said, “Yes, absolutely. I’m looking forward to that.” “I’ve already started eating one carrot a day in order to be in shape,” […]
With Mission: Impossible 5 preparing to shoot early next year, Christopher McQuarrie is already busy as a director following his debut with Jack Reacher. In addition, we've also recently heard that McQuarrie will direct the adaptation...Show More Summary
Christopher McQuarrie, the screenwriter-turned-director behind The Way of the Gun, Jack Reacher and the upcoming Mission: Impossible 5, has lined up a new project in the form of Three to Kill, an adaptation of Jean-Patrick Machette's French novel Three to Kill. Show More Summary
Amid all the Ant-Man denials and uncertain Tintin sequel news, there is one blockbuster franchise property that Simon Pegg will definitely be returning to. In a video interview (alongside Nick Frost) with MTV News, Pegg confirmed heShow More Summary
Briefly: Following last week's news that Mission: Impossible 5 was making the bold choice to open on Christmas Day in 2015, just one week after Star Wars: Episode VII hits theaters, we have one returning cast member confirmed to join Tom Cruise in the sequel from Jack Reacher director and The Usual Suspects writer Christopher McQuarrie. Show More Summary
The actor jokes that he's eating a carrot a day to get in shape for the sequel. Tom Cruise returns as IMF agent Ethan Hunt. [...]
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With the Christopher McQuarrie-helmed Mission: Impossible 5 now officially set for release on December 25, 2015, the time has come for the sequels' cast to begin to assemble. While promoting the Blu-ray release of his latest, The World's...Show More Summary
Last week, Mission Impossible 5 finally secured a release date. It’ll drop on Christmas Day 2015, which means it’s probably a bit too far off to start getting actively excited about but definitely close enough to start narrowing down a cast. Show More Summary
It looks like Mission: Impossible 5 is officially going to happen. The upcoming addition to the franchise will be hitting the big screen on December 25, 2015. So far, the biggest competition that day will be Ben Affleck’s Live By Night so you’d … More » The post “Mission: Impossible 5? to Be Released on December 25, 2015 appeared first on EveryJoe.
Today’s action-packed Sequel Bits contains news about spies, martial artists, giant alien robots, tortured mutants, and so much more. After the jump: Transformers 5 and 6 depend on Transformers 4 James Mangold offers a minor Wolverine 2 update Winona Ryder is “sworn to secrecy” about Beetlejuice 2 Simon Pegg says he’ll return for Mission: Impossible […]
Warning: Spoilers below! J.J. Abrams certainly has his hands full these days. Between directing "Star Wars: Episode VII" and producing "Mission: Impossible 5," he's slated to own the 2015 holiday box office. But there's a surprising sci-fi series, produced by Abrams, that is flying under the radar right now. Show More Summary
Is Idris Elba's girlfriend pregnant? Why did MSNBC suspend Alec Baldwin's show? Is Simon Pegg down to return for another Mission: Impossible film?
John Porter is faced with another impossible dilemma interrupting his mission in Zimbabwe, while Collinson finally gets out of the office in 'Strike Back: Origins' episode 4. The post ‘Strike Back: Origins’ Makes the Operational Right Choice appeared first on Screen Rant.
Mission: Impossible 5 may not have a script to speak of just yet, but apparently the folks at Paramount Pictures know when they want to film ready to go. Instead of giving moviegoers a break and pushing the next installment of the series in 2016, the studio decided to release the sequel on December 25,... Show More Summary
Dec. 4 - 5, 2013 Redwood City, CA Tickets on Sale Now This message will self-destruct in five seconds. In an age when shadowy three-letter organizations monitor all traffic in and out of Google and Facebook, tap phone lines, and …
In an interesting move, Paramount will be releasing “Mission: Impossible 5? on Christmas Day, 2015. This is notable for a few reasons. First and foremost, that means it will be hitting theaters just a week after “Star Wars: Episode VII,” … Continue reading ? The post M:I 5 To Be Released A Week After EPISODE VII appeared first on Latino-Review.com.