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Tom Cruise and Mission Impossible coming to New Zealand

Tobias Pedroso | 21 Marcha, 2017, 01:29

Variety previously reported that Christopher McQuarrie, who directed "Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation", will be back to direct "Mission: Impossible 6".

If you thought professional stuntman Tom Cruise's obsession with risking his life after that airplane prank and/or holding his breath for-ev-er in the last Mission: Impossible, well, then you don't fully understand the psychology of professional stuntman Tom Cruise.

We're thrilled. [director Christopher McQuarrie] is back, obviously, writing and directing after Rogue Nation.

It looks like the sixth installment of the action spy-thriller - "Mission: Impossible" will be more handsome than ever with the confirmation of "Batman v Superman" star Henry Cavill. It is absolutely unbelievable-he's been training for a year.

Watch as Tom Cruise performs an outrageous stunt for the movie Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation.

Ellison promised the stunt would top the climax of Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation, which saw Cruise hanging from the side of a plane as it took off from the runway. "It's gonna be mind-blowing". Joking aside, Tom Cruise's unflinching commitment to performing his own stunts ought to be commended, and as Ellison reveals to Collider, it's all part of the actor's, ahem, mission to keep audiences rooted to the edge of their seats.

"It all comes from the best place". And the tension, because the stunt is real, actually puts the audience where Ethan Hunt is where they are in the movie.

Henry Cavill is best known for his role as DCEU's Superman, but he's no stranger to spy movies. The Burj Khalifa sequence from Ghost Protocol is rightfully famous and still so freakin' exciting six years later. "That's the unbelievable thing about working with somebody who's talented as Chris McQuarrie, who is a brilliant, brilliant screenwriter as well as a director, is story drives every single decision".

Filming on Mission: Impossible 6 was reportedly delayed past year after Cruise demanded more money for the film. The film will hit theaters nationwide on July 27, 2018.