Our first, full-length look at Mission: Impossible Fallout is here, and it looks like the stunts are going to be more intense than any Mission: Impossible movie yet!
For a franchise that has been around since 1996, Mission: Impossible has managed to still find a way to feel fun and exciting, grabbing new fans with every new sequel. And after the franchise made the great choice adding the badass Rebecca Ferguson to the returning cast after Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation, the franchise has felt incredibly fresh and exciting. So we’ve been pumped to check out the adventures that awaited Ethan Hunt and the gang from the IMF in Fallout.
In the new trailer for the movie, we get to see Henry Cavill kick some serious ass, we get a glimpse of The Crown‘s Vanessa Kirby in action, and we get to see the loads of intense stunts that Tom Cruise and the Mission: Impossible team cooked up for us this time around. Take a peek at the heart-pounding trailer to see for yourself.
Mission: Impossible Fallout has become a bit of an infamous addition into the franchise, with Henry Cavill’s now-legendary mustache and the roof-jumping stunt that severely broke Tom Cruise’s ankle (who is known for performing all of his own stunts). However, those things weren’t meant to be the big headline-grabbers in the film.
Instead, it was supposed to be the movie’s big skydiving stunt that took over 100 takes to get right, and had Cruise jumping from such a high height that the actor required oxygen to keep him from literally dying in the air while filming. The trailer gives us a bit of a peek into the death-defying leap. It might look like a pretty straightforward skydiving stunt in the trailer, but knowing how outrageously dangerous the jump was makes the scene all the more impressive.
You can see all of the stunts and espionage intrigue for yourself when Mission: Impossible Fallout hits theaters on July 27.
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