Impossible 7 magazine cover shows Tom Cruise in action


Empire Magazine revealed the cover of their latest issue and with it punched the first ticket for the hype train that will take us to Mission: Impossible 7. The cover story claims “Tom Cruise on a mission to save the movies” and features a photo of him on the set of the sequel riding a motorcycle in the middle of a stunt. Additionally, the exclusive subscriber cover features another photo of Cruise on his bike, this one taken by Mission: Impossible 7 director and frequent Cruise collaborator Christopher McQuarrie. You can find both covers below and pick up your copies of the magazine next week.

Cruise’s audio on the set of the film was leaked last year, claiming he yelled at several crew members for not following production’s COVID-19 protocols. “They’re back in Hollywood making movies because of us,” Cruise reportedly said. “We’re creating thousands of jobs, you bitches. That’s it. No excuses. You can tell that to people who lose their fucking homes because our industry is closed.” We don’t know if that L The leaked interaction will be part of Empire’s discussion of Cruise’s “mission to save the movies,” but it certainly seems to fit the bill.

“Protocols you get used to pretty quickly,” Cruise co-star Vanessa Kirby said. Collider. “Everyone is always two meters from each other, everyone is tested three or four times a week. It’s really rigorous … My sister is also part of the film crew. C ‘is an AD. She was on the first back up movie, Jurassic World, in July I think so I got to see her do it and it was such a wonderful time because the industry had to shut down and the cinemas are closed, seeing the films restarting and people getting to work was a very nice thing. “

After many delays and production breaks, Mission: Impossible 7 will debut in theaters on May 27, 2022 in just over a year. Originally, the seventh and eighth films were to be shot one after the other, but that plan has since been changed. Cruise is joined by cast members Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames, Angela Bassett, Rebecca Ferguson and even Henry Czerny from the first Mission: Impossible movie.



Amanda P. Whitten

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