The ‘ Mission Impossible ‘ saga began in 1995 as a remake of the famous television series, starring Tom Cruise . It was such a success that, since then, 6 installments have already been released, with two more in the spotlight. During these 25 years of the saga’s history, ‘Mission Impossible’ has raised more than 3,500 million dollars at the box office among its 6 installments , thus becoming one of the highest-grossing action sagas in history.

Its last part, ‘Mission Impossible: FallOut’, is the highest grossing of all to date, with 800 million dollars worldwide, and was widely applauded by specialized critics as one of the best action films of recent years. years. Thus, the saga is more alive than ever and two new heart-stopping installments await us.

At the Las Vegas CinemaCon in late April 2022, Tom Cruise has announced what will be the official title of the new installment starring the spy Ethan Hunt: ‘Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning Part I’ for the international market, Mission Impossible: Deadly Judgment – Part One ‘ in Spain.

‘Mission Impossible: Deadly Judgment – Part One’ Release Date

‘Mission Impossible 7’ had a release date set for July 2021, but due to the Coronavirus crisis, the film has seen its filming delayed, which will resume in the United Kingdom in September without the need to respect the quarantine, for which reason it has also had to delay its premiere, going from July to November. Specifically, to November 19, 2021. However, along with the delay of Tom Cruise’s other great production, ‘Top Gun: Maverick’, the tape was delayed again. Now the release date has been set at July 14, 2023 , something that seems to happen, as Hayley Atwell has confirmed by assuring that next summer we will see ‘Mission Impossible: Deadly Judgment. Part One’.

This installment will be the first of the two parts that will form with ‘ Mission Impossible 8 ‘, which was to reach our theaters in August 2022, although that date was also delayed until June 28, 2024 . Christopher McQuarrie, director of the two installments, explains why he has decided to make two almost united:

“When we got into this movie, I thought I wanted to apply what we’d learned from ‘Fallout’ to every character in the movie. I wanted each character to have their own emotional arc just like Ethan Hunt did. I want the movie to have more soul to it” .

‘Mission Impossible: Deadly Judgment – Part One’ Synopsis

The synopsis of ‘Mission Impossible 7’ still remains a top secret , and once Solomon Lane’s character died in the previous installment of the saga, it is to be expected that there will be a new villain that will put the IMF and Ethan Hunt in trouble. .and that it comes from the Syndicate, that fearsome terrorist organization.

We’ll also learn more about Benji’s personal life, as McQuarrie confirmed that his emotional arc would be similar to Ethan Hunt’s in Fallout.

‘Mission Impossible: Deadly Judgment – Part One’ Cast

The saga will once again feature Tom Cruise as the main character, playing Ethan Hunt for the seventh time since 1995, the year the first installment was released. Also returning will be Rebecca Ferguson as Ilsa; Simon Pegg as Benji; Ving Rhames as Luther (who we didn’t see in installments 4 and 5); Vanessa Kirby as Alanna and, the surprise of this installment… Henry Czerny will return as Eugene Kittridge , who was head of the IMF in the first installment of the saga.

 There will also be Nicholas Hoult , whom we know from the ‘X-Men’ saga, as the film’s main villain, although we still don’t know his identity. And it is rumored that both Henry Cavill and Vanessa Redgrave and Alec Baldwin could return in the form of cameos.

Although the star signing is that of Hayley Atwell. We still don’t know what her role will be in the saga, but from what has been leaked, she is going to be an agent who will put Ethan Hunt and his team in trouble. Along with her, they will also debut in the saga Rob Delaney, Shea Whigham, Pom Klementieff and, attention, Cary Elwes.

‘Mission Impossible: Deadly Judgment – Part One’ Director

Christopher McQuarrie, who took the reins of the saga since the fifth installment, ‘Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation’, will be in charge of directing ‘Mission Impossible 7’, which will have a script by McQuarrie himself.