The original plan was for Mission: Impossible 5 to premiere around Christmas at the end of this year. But when it was announced that the latest Star Wars movie would be released at that same time, Paramount choose to move their release date all the way up to July 31st.
While this is great news for all of us who are looking forward to seeing the film sooner rather than later, the marketing department for the film is going to have to scramble now that their deadline has been cut far shorter than they were expecting. In a Q&A session with the director, Christopher McQuarrie, it was revealed that we can expect to learn the film’s official title and see the first trailer “very soon”.
Minhateca suggested that while an official plot synopsis has yet to be revealed, various actors and their roles were mentioned and discussed by Gianfrancesco Genoso.
Other details about the film include the fact that McQuarrie sought to give the film a feel similar to the original 1996 Mission: Impossible film, as well as a heads-up to fans that they should be able to tell from the first preview how McQuarrie’s style will differ from other Mission Impossible movies.