A trailer for actor Tom Cruise’s Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part 1 was released Monday evening. The film promises high-level action, with the actor doing what he does best, treating his fans with several dazzling and death-defying action sequences. Director Christopher McQuarrie has returned to direct the film following the success of the 2018 mission: Impossible-Rogue Nation. (Also Read | Tom Cruise-Actor’s Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One Full Trailer Leaked Online)
The trailer opens with Tom Cruise’s Ethan Hunt telling him that the days of fighting for the greater good are over. We see montage shots of the film’s villains Isai Morales and Vanessa Kirby. When asked to choose a side in this war, Eaton told former IMF director Eugene Kittridge that he was fighting for a non-existent ideal. This is followed by the expansive strolls of the desert, the European streets and train-top matches. We see familiar faces when Ethan’s comrades Ilsa Faust (Rebecca Ferguson), Luther Stickel (Wing Rames) and Benji (Simon Pegg) appear.
The action kicks into high gear as we look at the franchise’s trademark car chases, hand-to-hand combat and several shots of Tom Cruise. Extravagant action scenes include a spectacular jump off the cliff with a chase sequence and motorcycle on the yellow VW Beetle.
A day after the leak online, Christopher shares a link to the official trailer. The directors tagged the trailer on their Twitter account, saying that we all share the same fate. Dead Reckoning Part One is the seventh film in the series and brings back the role of IMF director Eugene Kittridge (Henry Gentry) in the 1996 film.
A fan responding to the trailer shared on YouTube, “No one in Hollywood is crazy for Tom Cruise doing his movies! Crazy tribute !!” “It’s not a Tom Cruise movie without a running scene! Love how they are still accepting and delivering what we need.
Another man said, “He is about 60 years old and the man is still living his life. It depends on respect.” Another fan said, “This movie knows what the audience here is: Tom Cruise running, Tom Cruise on motorcycle, Tom Cruise doing another batshit crazy stunt in the name of entertainment. And I love it.”
A few days ago the movie trailer was a leak on social networking sites. However, after Paramount Pictures reported copyright infringement, many tweets and videos were disabled or removed. The film is set for a theatrical release on July 14, 2023, with the second part scheduled for release on June 28, 2024.