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    Tom Cruise back in action! First-look at ‘Mission: Impossible 7’ trailer

    The trailer for Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One, the seventh instalment in the Mission Impossible series, was released on Monday 23 May. The action-packed film with Tom Cruise as its lead was set to be released in July 2021 but was pushed back due to COVID-19 delays. 

    The film is now set to be released on 14 July 2023. 

    ALSO READ: Tom Cruise in love with SA: Would like to live here ‘permanently’ [watch]


    Tom Cruise last graced our screens as Ethan Hunt in 2018 for Mission: Impossible – Fallout. The following year, it was announced that a seventh and eighth Mission: Impossible film was in the works and American director Christopher McQuarrie would be returning as a writer and director of films. 

    Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One marks Cruise’s second-last film in the series. His last will be the eighth, which he was filming in South Africa earlier this year. 

    The film focuses on Tom Cruise’s role as Ethan Hunt, an Impossible Missions Force (IMF) agent who takes on the world with his team of superstar agents. 

    Fans will be surprised by the return of Eugene Kittridge (Henry Czerny) who last appeared in the first Mission: Impossible in 1996. 



    Following the release of the trailer, fans have taken to Twitter to express their excitement about Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One. 

    The new Mission: Impossible trailer is madness,” wrote one tweep. 

    “This time the movie is part one so there will definitely be more to come after this,” wrote another tweep. 

    Mission Impossible trailer looks great. Can’t wait to see it.”

    ALSO READ: Height of parody: SA toppies winging it in ‘Top Gun’ remake [watch]


    After a 30-year absence, Tom Cruise jetted off to the Cannes Film Festival in France for the European premiere of Top Gun: Maverick. The South African previously reported that the 59-year-old actor was honoured with the Palme d’Or Award. 

    The film is set to hit South African cinemas on Friday 27 May. 


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