The release date of the eighth film Mission Impossible has been delayed until 2025, making it the latest film to be postponed due to the current actors’ strike. Originally scheduled for June 2024, it is now scheduled to launch on May 23, 2025.
The sequel to the franchise Mission: Impossible, Dead Reckoning Part One, will pick up where the previous film left off earlier this year. Like the rest of the franchise, it is expected to center on a series of death-defying stunts, most of them performed by star Tom Cruise.
Dead Reckoning was one of the films that did not meet expectations in 2023, which ultimately cost paramount around 40 million dollars due to production costs. However, it received praise from critics and viewers alike, making it one of the highest-rated films of 2023.
Whatever the future holds for the franchise Mission ImpossibleMcQuarrie’s third collaboration as a director, proves that he still has a clever repertoire of tricks to pull, having moved away from the darkness and sadness of fallout to create an explosive yet self-reflective action saga that leaves you wanting more.
Mission Impossible joins the numerous films that have been postponed due to the current actors’ strike, including Dune: Part 2, Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse and practically the entire list of movies disney. Deadpool 3 is also among the films expected to face delays as the cast and crew wait to restart production.
It is expected that SAG-AFTRA resume negotiations with studios hollywood this week, but it appears they are no closer to reaching a resolution even though the writers’ strike ended late last month.
Editor’s note: 2024 is going to be ugly in the cinema, let’s see how it happens because the strikes have already had consequences even though the screenwriters’ strike has already been resolved.