Tom Cruise’s future projects will not be released in theaters any time soon. Fans of the actor are waiting to see “Top Gun: Maverick” and the two sequels from the “Mission: Impossible” franchise.
The release of the three films has been postponed again due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Deadline website announces.
“Mission: Impossible 7” was due to appear on screens in November. The Paramount studio announced on Friday night that the action feature film has been rescheduled for the end of May 2022. As a result, “Mission: Impossible 8”, scheduled for November 2022, will be postponed to July 2023.
The movie “Top Gun: Maverick”, scheduled for July (the initial release date was July 2019) has been postponed several times, first in order to perfect the aerial scenes, then due to the health crisis. It will run on screens on the originally scheduled date, ie in November.
22 years after Tony Scott’s film, Tom Cruise has resumed the character of Maverick. He will be on the bill with Miles Teller, Glen Powell, Val Kilmer, Jennifer Connelly, Ed Harris and Jon Hamm.
Directed by Joseph Kosinski (Oblivion), the action in “Top Gun: Maverick” takes place today and presents the end of air battles and the arrival of drones, a technology that surpasses Maverick.
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