Mission: Unimaginable – Useless Reckoning Half One Trailer Brings Ethan Hunt Again With A Bang

Tom Cruise is on a private mission proper now. Not simply the mission to cling to / fall from / ascend no matter mountain, mode of transport or stupidly-tall constructing he hasn’t but received round to – however to carry audiences again to the large display, and have them exiting cinemas pumping with pure adrenaline. In two days’ time, Prime Gun: Maverick will probably be doing simply that in cinemas world wide. (Spoiler alert – it is certainly one of his greatest motion pictures.) And now, we even have the long-awaited trailer for Mission: Unimaginable – Useless Reckoning Half One (because it’s formally titled) providing a pulse-pounding two-minute teaser of what’s coming subsequent for Ethan Hunt. Strap in, and watch it right here.

Blimey. Who’s in? (Everybody, that’s who.) Following on from 2018’s Mission: Unimaginable – Fallout, this seventh entry within the spy saga marks one more collaboration with director Christopher McQuarrie – and the Cruise-McQ pairing seems set to push the boundaries of motion cinema even additional this time round. There are some astonishing-looking setpieces teased right here, from that much-papped Cruise-jumping-off-a-bike-that’s-also-jumping-off-a-cliff second, to a runaway steam practice additionally careening off the rails into the air. However past the stunts, there’s additionally a curious tonal high quality right here – all burnt-orange sunsets, one thing of a Western visible high quality (sand and horses aplenty), and a slow-building power that crescendos into motion ecstasy from second to second.

Whereas there’s little plot right here, there are many tantalising teases. (Hey, this is a teaser trailer in spite of everything.) For one, there’s the much-anticipated return of Henry Czerny’s Kittridge (from the very first Mission film again in 1996), seemingly in bad-guy mode right here. There are glimpses of Venice, a high-speed European chase in somewhat yellow Fiat 500, and flashes of franchise newcomers Pom Klementieff and Hayley Atwell. Plus, the entire workforce is again, together with Simon Pegg’s Benji and Ving Rhames’ Luther. Most significantly, there are a number of main moments with Rebecca Ferguson’s fan-favourite Ilsa Faust right here. Why does she have an eyepatch on? What’s that bizarre key factor she has? Who’s that she’s sword-fighting with (!) in Venice? We’re right here for all of it.

Having shot predominantly via the pandemic, it seems like Useless Reckoning Half One will probably be bringing Mission again with a bang. We’ll discover out when it hits cinemas subsequent summer season on 14 July, adopted by Half Two on 28 June 2024. It one more Mission we’ll select to simply accept.

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