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According to Tom Cruise, Mission: Impossible 6 is already in the works

07.29.2015

This Friday will see the release of the fifth installment of the MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE series and with plenty of positive reviews flooding in, including one from our own Chris Bumbray, it's only natural that work has already begun on MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 6; Tom Cruise said as much during an appearance on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart:

We’re starting to work on it now, we’ll probably start shooting it next summer.

If true, that would be a mighty fast turnaround; perhaps Paramount is hoping to get as many MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE films out of Tom Cruise as they can before he really does get too old to hang off of the side of planes. There was five years between MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE III and MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE GHOST PROTOCOL, and three years between GHOST PROTOCOL and MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE ROGUE NATION. If production on the sixth film really does get underway as soon as Tom Cruise seems to think it will, we may be seeing another MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE film in theaters by 2017. Crikey.

MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE ROGUE NATION opens on July 31, 2015.

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Source: The Daily Show

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12:25AM on 08/01/2015
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5:34PM on 07/31/2015
He can make as many of these movies as he wants, he has his own F&F franchise that have actually gotten better since the 2nd film. You guys see the irony?
He can make as many of these movies as he wants, he has his own F&F franchise that have actually gotten better since the 2nd film. You guys see the irony?
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11:01AM on 07/30/2015
Might as well strike while the iron's still hot. Could give Joe Carnahan another shot at it, or Doug Liman, or Stahelski and Leitch (if they're not too busy), or Bong Joon Ho, or Joe Wright, with his signature single-take sequences.
Might as well strike while the iron's still hot. Could give Joe Carnahan another shot at it, or Doug Liman, or Stahelski and Leitch (if they're not too busy), or Bong Joon Ho, or Joe Wright, with his signature single-take sequences.
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6:19AM on 07/30/2015
Even when he's too old we could get a few "I'm getting too old for this shit" M:I films. Maybe they could slowly dial down the mayhem and up the intrigue and mystery, like in the first one.
Even when he's too old we could get a few "I'm getting too old for this shit" M:I films. Maybe they could slowly dial down the mayhem and up the intrigue and mystery, like in the first one.
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10:55PM on 07/29/2015

Only one choice.

Gareth Evans.
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10:49AM on 07/30/2015
Has Gareth Evans ever shown any interest in making a Hollywood movie? I'm legitimately curious about that. The dude is majorly talented, but despite every action movie getting him as a suggestion to direct, he strikes me as a real long shot for this, or any other pre-existing, non-Raid franchise.
Has Gareth Evans ever shown any interest in making a Hollywood movie? I'm legitimately curious about that. The dude is majorly talented, but despite every action movie getting him as a suggestion to direct, he strikes me as a real long shot for this, or any other pre-existing, non-Raid franchise.
9:14PM on 07/29/2015
David Fincher, Duncan Jones, or Doug Liman would be my top choices to helm the next entry.
David Fincher, Duncan Jones, or Doug Liman would be my top choices to helm the next entry.
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8:56PM on 07/29/2015
Bring it on, Mr. Cruise. Heck, bring on Mission : Impossible 10!
Bring it on, Mr. Cruise. Heck, bring on Mission : Impossible 10!
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8:23PM on 07/29/2015
David Fincher since he didn't get a chance to direct part 3, and they should consider using the Frank Darabont's script as well.
David Fincher since he didn't get a chance to direct part 3, and they should consider using the Frank Darabont's script as well.
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8:14PM on 07/29/2015
But who should direct?
But who should direct?
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