Tom Cruise fans have been impatiently awaiting to see what his Ethan Hunt has in store for the next chapter of the very successful espionage film series “Mission: Impossible,” which is expected to hit theatres next year, since the release of the seventh installment, “Dead Reckoning – Part One,” earlier this year.
Fans may be a little disappointed, though, as the movie’s premiere is pushed back to 2025 as a result of the Hollywood writers’ and actors’ strike’s disruption of the schedule.
A new release date of May 23, 2025 has been set for the Christopher McQuarrie movie, according to news reports from international entertainment outlets.
In addition to “MI: 8,” Paramount Pictures changed the release dates of several other films, including “A Quiet Place: Day One,” which was moved from March 8, 2024, to the previous release date of “Dead Reckoning,” or June 28, 2024.
Additionally, the release date of Ryan Reynolds and John Krasinski’s fantasy comedy “IF” has been moved up a week to May 17, 2024, while the release date of the untitled next “Spongebob Squarepants” movie has been moved from May to December 2025.
Tom Cruise’s dedicated fan base has been eagerly anticipating the next thrilling chapter of the highly successful “Mission: Impossible” espionage film series.
Following the release of the seventh installment, “Dead Reckoning – Part One,” earlier this year, viewers are on the edge of their seats, eager to witness the next mission that Ethan Hunt will undertake.
The wait is almost over, with the next installment expected to hit theaters next year, promising another dose of action-packed excitement and suspense.