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Mission’s Budget Impossible to re-ignite:

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The next Mission: Impossible movie is facing delays due to a mishap during filming involving a costly submarine. The malfunction of a gimbal caused the 120-ft structure to jam, necessitating repairs and halting production for a few weeks. This setback has inflated the already substantial budget, nearing a reported $400 million, as the production team grapples with the financial impact of delays.

Scheduled as a direct sequel to the previous film, Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One, this installment features Tom Cruise reprising his role as Ethan Hunt. The movie has encountered challenges from the outset, including interruptions from the Hollywood writers’ strike and pandemic-related delays. Director Christopher McQuarrie had previously revealed that a significant portion of the film was already shot, but the most elaborate sequences were yet to be filmed.

Originally slated for a summer 2024 release, the movie’s premiere has been postponed to May 2025 by Paramount Pictures. With these additional setbacks, the exact release date remains uncertain. Alongside Cruise, the cast includes returning stars like Ving Rhames and Simon Pegg, with McQuarrie directing his fourth Mission: Impossible film. The franchise, which began in 1996, has seen its share of challenges, including the previous film’s budget ballooning due to pandemic delays and the demands of its lead actor.

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