Mission: Impossible - Fallout Trailer Proofs That Tom Cruise Still Got It

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Christopher McQuarrie, who wrote and directed 2015's Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation, is also back for the anticipated sequel.

The trailer for the upcoming Mission: Impossible - Fallout shows Cruise as superspy Ethan Hunt attempting to evade shadowy assassin August Walker (played by Henry Cavill), disgruntled former allies and a possible global catastrophe. The first trailer of Mission: Impossible - Fallout showcased some cleverly choreographed action scenes and the latest trailer takes the same to another level. Mission: Impossible - Fallout finds Ethan Hunt and his International Monetary Fund team along with some familiar allies in a race against time after a mission gone wrong.

Mission Impossible 6 Fallout trailer
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A tiny clip to tease the release of the trailer was poster on Twitter by the franchise's official page. But still never Tom cruise has not appeared in any superhero movie any Kynoselen (or outside). There are intense motorcycle chases, a death-defying airplane leap, a new look at Vanessa Kirby's lounge singer role, that already famous rooftop stunt that injured Cruise during filming, and a helicopter sequence to rival the opening of the last film. Tom Cruise recently injured himself whilst attempting a building to building rooftop jump in London, but that fades in comparison to some to the feats we see attempted in this new Mission Impossible footage.

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