Just like all of the other Mission Impossible movies, the fifth installment is to the series is coming this summer and there is a high expectation that it will do very well at the box office. The odds are pretty good that you have seen a few, if not all, of the last four movies in the series, so you should be getting quite excited to see the series back on the big screen.
By the end of this month, Mission Impossible 5 will be in a theater near you and for the firs couple weekends, it is going to bring just about every single action movie seeker out of the woodwork to see it. Mission Impossible 5 is actually titled “Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation” and will be featuring the action scenes that made Tom Cruise a worldwide superstar. If you are lucky enough to live in the United States and near an IMAX theater, you can also view the movie in that style this summer.
The IMF agent that we have all grown to love is back and he is taking on some international conspiracies like always. If you have seen the other movies in the series, then you know exactly the type of action that has many social circles already discussing the type of scenes they would like to see in the new movie. A new movie, which according to Paramount Pictures, will be released on the 31st of July this year.
That gives you just a few weeks to prepare for some of the best action that you are going to see on the theater screen this month, or even this summer if you believe the critics. Some of the official trailers have been posted to YouTube already and they have fans twitching while they wait for the movie to be released. If the views on YouTube are any indicator of popularity of the yet to be released movie, it looks like it will be quite the visual experience.
The official trailer has easily passed up the one million views mark on YouTube and the only reason the views slow down is because fans are getting tired of watching it again and again. They are hungry for more, but it looks like they will have to wait until it arrives in theaters this summer to see the rest.
The movie finished filming a few months ago and had the cast traveling to places like Vienna, Morocco and London. Most action movies these days are shot all over the world and that is partly because action scenes are pushing the boundaries more and exotic locations are needed to fulfill the requirement for action. Mission Impossible 5 is produced by Tom Cruise, J.J. Abrams, Bryan Burk, David Ellison, Dana Goldberg and Dan Granger.