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Mission Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One London film premiere 2023

Ethan Hunt and the IMF team must track down a terrifying new weapon that threatens all of humanity if it falls into the wrong hands. With control of the future and the fate of the world at stake, a deadly race around the globe begins. Confronted by a mysterious, all-powerful enemy, Ethan is forced to consider that nothing can matter more than the mission -- not even the lives of those he cares about most.

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  • Status: Confirmed
  • Date: June 22, 2023
  • Location: Odeon Leicester Square, London
  • Attended by: Tom Cruise, Hayley Atwell, Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson, Vanessa Kirby, Esai Morales, Pom Klementieff, Frederick Schmidt, Cary Elwes, Mark Gatiss, Indira Varma, Director Christopher Mcquarrie
  • Release in Cinemas: 2023-07-11
  • Runtime: 163 minutes
  • directors: Christopher McQuarrie

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  1. The frequent delays caused by COVID-19 ballooned the budget to $291 million, making it the most expensive Mission: Impossible film, the most expensive film of Tom Cruise's career, and the most expensive film ever produced by Paramount (the previous record holder was Transformers: The Last Knight (2017), costing $217 million). The insurance company Chubb originally gave Paramount only £4.4 million (about $5.4 million) for the delays, arguing that the cast and crew could still fulfill their duties to the production despite being infected with COVID-19. Paramount sued Chubb in 2021, and the two companies settled in 2022. In 2023, Chubb gave Paramount a £57 million (about $71 million) payout for the COVID-caused delays, reducing the film's budget to about $220 million, which still makes it the most expensive film for Cruise, Paramount, and the franchise.
  2. When Ethan and Grace meet for the first time at the airport, Tom Cruise insisted on performing the magic trick with the two halves of the key practically. Despite numerous failed takes, the desired effect was ultimately achieved in-camera with little to no visual effects.
  3. While filming in Italy, twelve people on the set tested positive for COVID-19. As a result, when filming resumed in the UK, Tom Cruise personally paid £500,000 for an old cruise ship for the cast and crew to isolate on.
  4. Director Christopher McQuarrie found Pom Klementieff to be such a self-propelled force of nature on set, she was nicknamed "Pom Cruise" for her gymnastic skills.
  5. Henry Czerny returns as Eugene Kittridge after the first Mission: Impossible (1996), making him the longest absent character to return to the series.
  6. After at least hinting in Mission: Impossible - Fallout (2018) that Vanessa Kirby's White Widow character is the daughter of Max, the weapons dealer from Mission: Impossible (1996), this film confirms it. Kittridge notes her full name, Alanna Mitsopolis, in soliciting her help, and explicitly comments that both she and her mother have worked as occasional double agents for the IMF. Kittridge's final scene in the first movie shows him apprehending Max and discussing a deal with her, and in Dead Reckoning Part I, he confirms that the deal entailed Max using her criminal network for the greater good, showing the film series coming full circle.
  7. During an interview with Savannah Guthrie on the long-running TV show Today (1952), Tom Cruise said that this movie and Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part Two (2024) will be his final portrayal as Ethan Hunt as well as the final main instalments.
  8. The end of the Fiat 509 chase scene in Rome ends with Ethan and Grace escaping through a closed portal on a street leading to the Colosseum as an unplanned last resort. The portal in fact does exist and was not made up by the creators of the film. In fact much of the chase scenes in Rome actually do make geographic sense.
  9. The opening credits do not appear until 28 minutes into the film.
  10. Filming started in Venice on the same day Northern Italy locked down for COVID-19. Production was hastily moved to Rome, only to be shut down again.
  11. Esai Morales replaced Nicholas Hoult, who was originally cast as the villain. Hoult was forced to drop out due to a scheduling conflict with filming season two of Hulu's "The Great", caused by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and subsequent production delay.
  12. Footage was released of Tom Cruise's next big stunt for this film, which involved riding a motorcycle off a cliff and parachuting to a moving train. A years worth of preparation went into the stunt, with Cruise performing over 500 skydives to learn how to control himself in the air, and practicing jumping his motorcycle off a purpose built practice ramp 13,000 times. When it came to filming, the only CGI used for the scene was to digitally erase the ramp Cruise launched from. Cruise performed six takes of the jump.
  13. When the production wrapped, Pom Klementieff was treated to a skydiving experience by Tom Cruise who dived with her for the initiation jumps.
  14. Tom Cruise and Ving Rhames are the only actors to appear in all seven films in the series. Simon Pegg has been in every film since the third, and Rebecca Ferguson has been in every film since the fifth.
  15. In an effort to keep the existing themes fresh and ever evolving, composer Lorne Balfe incorporated the "Top Secret Drum Corps" into the soundtrack. After hearing them perform at the Queen's Jubilee in 2022, director Christopher McQuarrie and Tom Cruise urged Balfe to use the signature drum corps sound, most notably during the opening and end credits.
  16. The scene with the steam engine at the destroyed bridge was filmed at the former Darlton Quarry, Stoney Middleton in the Derbyshire Peak District, England.
  17. With a runtime of 163 minutes (2 hr 43 min) this will be the longest Mission: Impossible film to date, beating the previous record of Mission: Impossible - Fallout (2018), which had a runtime of 147 minutes (2 hr 27 min).
  18. The movie begins on a Russian submarine, and the dialogue is spoken in Russian with English subtitles until the word "Sevastapol", when the dialogue changes to English, and soon after that the subtitles stop. This is similar to The Hunt for Red October (1990), when the dialogue language change occurs at the word "Armageddon". This same gimmick was used in Valkyrie (2008), also starring Tom Cruise, and written by Christopher McQuarrie in which Cruise begins the film speaking German and it slowly fades to English.
  19. When Hunt and Kittridge meet at the beginning of the movie, Kittridge uses a phrase from the first movie, "I understand you're upset". In this movie Hunt replies, "I'm not upset." In the first movie he replies, "You've never seen me very upset".
  20. Released 27 years after the original Mission: Impossible (1996).
  21. Since she had so little dialog, French actress Pom Klementieff had to convey her emotions primarily through gestures. She studied videos of the shoebill stork, as she found that it had a subtle, yet menacing demeanor, precisely what she sought to emulate for the silent-but-deadly Paris.
  22. During filming in Britain, Tom Cruise reportedly made at least two rants against crew members for violating COVID-19 guidelines (i.e. standing less than two meters apart), which resulted in at least five crew members quitting. One rant was expletive-laden and initially released by the U.S. Sun. Some celebrities, including George Clooney, supported Tom Cruise.
  23. Christopher McQuarrie said, "Originally, there had been a whole sequence at the beginning of the movie that was going to take place in 1989. We talked about it as a cold open, we talked about it as flashbacks in the movie, we looked at de-aging... One of the big things about [the de-aging] I was looking at while researching... Never did I find myself actually following the story... I was so distracted by an actor that I had known for however long was now suddenly this young person." He explained the plans for the flashback, "I said, 'OK, if I were doing this sequence, it would be Tom in, say, 1989. It would be Tony Scott's 'Mission: Impossible.' That's who would have been directing the movie before Brian De Palma, you know, in that era. We looked at Days of Thunder (1990) and we looked at the style of it, and we started thinking what would it look like if Tony Scott had shot this, and who would it have been? I looked back at who was the ingenue, who was the breakout star in 1989? And right around then was Mystic Pizza (1988). And I was like, 'Oh my God. Julia Roberts, a then-pre-Pretty Woman (1990) Julia Roberts, as this young woman.'" He concluded, "I got the bill for de-aging those people before their salaries were even factored into it. And if you put two of them in a shot together, or three of them in a shot together, it would have been as expensive as the train by the time we were done. It was so... the force multiplier of - and the way we shoot scenes, and the fluidity, and the camera movement. And of course, that wouldn't be the style of the movie in 1989. That wouldn't make sense if you were shooting an '89 'Mission' like a 2023 'Mission.'"
  24. Tom Cruise was 61 at the time of this film's release, four years older than Jon Voight was when Mission: Impossible (1996) was released.
  25. As was the case in the previous four installments, BMW once again has extensive product placement of its cars and motorcycles throughout the movie. An extended-length car chase in Rome features Ethan and Grace each driving a 2022 BMW M5 Competition, shown at one point with all four doors missing. Ethan also drives a Honda motorcycle off a cliff in one of the series' most elaborate stunts yet.
  26. On Tuesday, January 15, 2019, Tom Cruise revealed that the initial planned release date was set for 2021, with the eighth film penned for 2022.
  27. This, along with its sequel Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part Two (2024), will be the first Mission: Impossible movies to shoot entirely in digital. The first six movies were shot on 35mm film. Ironic, therefore, that the antagonist of the 2-part movie, is a digital entity.
  28. In the Arabian desert sequence, after Hunt enters a building he turns and fires four shots at an enemy, these shots match the opening of the Mission Impossible theme.
  29. Part of the climax of the film was filmed at the lake called Buttermere in the British Lake District and had to share the location with independent British horror film Walking Against the Rain (2022), which was also filming its climactic scene. Tom Cruise even provided the independent cast and crew with a helicopter flyby to say hi.
  30. It doesn't appear in the movie, but at 1:43 into the 2:16 long trailer, among the floating dead submariners, there is an image of what looks like a person in a survival / escape breathing mask, suggesting someone got out alive.
  31. Whenever the IMF representative is being offered a job by recorded message, the voice always starts by addressing them with their surname (Good morning Mr Phelps/Mr Hunt), but always ends by addressing them with their forename (Good luck, Jim/ Ethan).
  32. Eugene Kittridge reveals that Alanna Mitsopolos is the daughter of Max, the antagonist from the first Mission Impossible. Vanessa Kirby channeled Vanessa Redgrave's performance in this movie, to the point that Pom Klementieff thought the two were related. Redgrave is actually a longtime family friend, and Kirby has stated that she is one of her heroes.
  33. In preparation for her hectic driving sequences, Hayley Atwell trained for several weeks with stunt coordinator Wade Eastwood, who'd also worked with Tom Cruise on Edge of Tomorrow (2014), Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation (2015), Jack Reacher: Never Go Back (2016), etc.
  34. Production on the 7th and 8th installments will no longer be filmed back to back as originally planned.
  35. The character names "Briggs" and "Paris" allude to the original CBS TV show by Bruce Geller. Before he was replaced by Peter Graves as "Jim Phelps," the original leader of the IMF was "Dan Briggs" played by Steven Hill. Whereas "the Great Paris" was an ex-stage magician recruited to replace Martin Landau's "Rollin Hand" (and played by post-STAR TREK Leonard Nimoy).
  36. Kittridge greets Ethan with the line "I know you're upset". This harkens back to their iconic confrontation in Brian De Palma's original film. Whilst their initial conversation was filmed with low Dutch angles, creating an air of menace and distrust, the angles here are traditionally framed. This shows that since the original film, Hunt and Kittridge are now on equal footing, and no longer does Kittridge have a hold on Hunt the way he used to.
  37. In the first film, the final part takes place on the train bound for Paris, with Ethan fighting the main enemy on the roof of a carriage, while Kittridge is with Max inside. Also in this film, the final part takes place on a train, Ethan fights with the main enemy on the roof of a carriage and Kittridge is inside with Max's daughter. Another curiosity, Ethan is saved by "Paris".
  38. The bombs under the train bridge go off in a sequence mimicking the rhythm of the first notes of the Mission: Impossible theme; long-long-short-short.
  39. The film has had four release date changes. It was originally set to be released on July 23rd, 2021, but was delayed to November 19th, 2021, due to filming being halted due to the COVID-19 pandemic. On April 9th, 2021, Paramount delayed the film to May 27th, 2022, and put Tom Cruise's other upcoming film Top Gun: Maverick (2022) in its previous November 19th, 2021, spot. On September 1st, 2021, due to concerns of the Delta variant of COVID, Paramount delayed the film for a third time, to September 30th, 2022, and put Top Gun: Maverick (2022) in its previous May 27th, 2022, spot. On January 21st, 2022, Paramount has delayed it again to July 14, 2023.
  40. Long before she landed the coveted role of Paris, Pom Klementieff trained in martial arts with Jessen Noviello, a three-time world karate champion.
  41. According to Puck, Tom Cruise was "pretty pissed" and "complaining loudly to Paramount executives" about this film losing IMAX screens in its second week to Oppenheimer (2023). IMAX's head of post-production Bruce Markoe said, "The dating of releases, especially on big movies, is a common problem. It's a pretty crowded summer. We wanted to play both movies as much as we could because Mission is going to be a great picture in IMAX, but they [the studio], dated the movie right behind Oppenheimer. We wanted to get them to move it, to create more time to play both in IMAX to the full extent that they both wanted, but it didn't work out. That's not our decision - that's the studios'."
  42. The first film in the series since Mission: Impossible II (2000) that does not involve J.J. Abrams, and the first since Mission: Impossible III (2006) that was not produced by Abrams' company Bad Robot.
  43. Second tentpole movie of 2023 to feature a chase through Rome's city center, the other being Fast X (2023). Both movies feature the hero driving a car down the city's Spanish Steps.
  44. The armoured vehicle driven by Paris, chasing the Yellow Fiat 500 is a Hummer H2 on Black Rhino Armory wheels, which have one or two fake bolt patterns to make the truck look heavier than it is.
  45. When Grace, disguised as the White Widow, exits the Widow's room, she has her hair covering part of her face. This was done by Vanessa Kirby in reference to an earlier scene where Hayley Atwell had her hair in the same position and to hint at the fact that this was Grace posing as the White Widow.
  46. Due to the releases of Barbie (2023) and Oppenheimer (2023), as well as a strong holdover in Sound of Freedom (2023) on its third weekend, this film suffered the biggest second weekend box office drop of any film in the franchise (64.6%), surpassing Mission: Impossible II (2000) (53.3%) and ranking fourth domestically that weekend.
  47. Fourth "Mission: Impossible" movie in a row to feature prominent BMW product placement. Ethan & Grace begin the Rome chase sequence driving a 2021 BMW M5 sedan, and Benji drives a prototype version of the 2022 BMW iX during the train-chase sequence in the Austrian Alps. Even some of the Rome police are shown driving BMW-brand police cars.
  48. In a 2023 interview with Collider, Christopher McQuarrie detailed his open approach to the film's climax: "When we were making Part One, when we got back from all of our foreign locations and were back on stage, I brought everyone to the set to figure out what was going to happen in the train now that I knew more about the characters and had a different understanding of the story than when we started making the movie. I brought everyone together into that red car on the train and said, 'I do not know how this movie ends, but I know it ends in this car. That's all I know.' And sure enough, it did, and sure enough, it kept ending in that car. As we were reshooting the movie, as we were doing pickups, that car sat on a stage, and we kept returning to it. We kept tweaking it because instinctively and on a gut level I knew, based on how the action scene was constructed, the entire movie was gonna end there. Could I tell you what was going to happen, who would be in that car, and how it would all play out when I first stepped foot in that car? Absolutely not. Did I think it would be what it ultimately was? No. The one thing I did know was the stuff involving Vanessa Kirby and Henry Czerny. I didn't know who else would be in that car and how all those things would come together. The challenge of the train sequence was untying that knot."
  49. The famous espionage protagonist and a woman, in a small yellow under-powered European car, being chased by a higher-powered black vehicle, and rolling over, is reminiscent of James Bond (Roger Moore) and Melina Havelock (Carole Bouquet) in For Your Eyes Only (1981).
  50. In the first Mission Impossible film Kittridge uses Ethan's family against him. In this film The Entity also uses his "family" against him.
  51. This marks the second collaboration between Tom Cruise, Greg Tarzan Davis, Charles Parnell, and director Christopher McQuarrie after working together on Top Gun: Maverick (2022). McQuarrie served as a writer and producer.
  52. The word "putpocket" is used. It is not yet found in the online version of the Merriam-Webster dictionary at the date of release of this movie but smartly designates a "reverse pickpocket". It is, however, used in the Taxi episode "Mr. Personalities" by Latka Gravas when he finds Lena Horne tickets in his coat pocket and remarks "they must have been place there by a putpocket."
  53. In the final act of the film, while on the train, Grace wears a grey business suit under her disguise and Ethan wears an all-black flight suit. In the final act of the first film in the series, while on the train, Ethan wears a grey business suit under his disguise and his former mentor (and antagonist) wears an all-black suit under his disguise.
  54. Hayley Atwell and Shea Whigham previously appeared together in the first season of Marvel Television's Agent Carter (2015).
  55. Cary Elwes (Denlinger) co-starred once before with Tom Cruise in Days of Thunder (1990) where he played Russ Wheeler, a rookie driver who fills in for Cole Trickle (Cruise), later becoming his teammate and bitter rival.
  56. Pom Klementieff's white make-up with a black tear was the actress' own idea.
  57. The featured Abu Dhabi airport was still under construction when filming took place.
  58. In this movie, actor Mark Gatiss plays a senior representative of the NSA, which is an American intelligence agency, in the BBC TV series Sherlock (2010) he plays Mycroft Holmes, who is in a division of British intelligence.
  59. In a similar vein to the opening submarine sequence of the movie, the 1988 Mission Impossible TV series contained an episode called 'Submarine' which featured a submarine being destroyed by a torpedo containing a computer virus, the virus affecting the submarine's computer system.
  60. Third movie of 2023 that ended on a cliffhanger, after Fast X (2023) and Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (2023).
  61. At various points in the movies, different characters state that they can safely use "analog" technology - versus digital - as The Entity is unable to intercept analog signals. In reality, a computer can intercept analog signals as easily as digital signals. (Which is how you can connect an analog vinyl turntable to your computer.) However, this interception ( and faking ) requires hardware to convert the signal to digital (and back to analog), and this cannot be created by changing software or digital data, which is all a computer virus can do. In the John Wick franchise, the Bowery King uses written messages carried by pigeons.
  62. Ethan's race through the Alps on his motorcycle is reminiscent of Steve McQueen doing the same in The Great Escape (1963).
  63. The newest recruit to IMF, introduced in the second scene, has the designator India Zulu 254. He is played by the actor Alex James-Phelps, which is uncannily similar to the name of the original team leader of IMF ( in the TV series and the first movie of the franchise ) Jim Phelps.
  64. This is the second film in the Mission: Impossible series with a score composed by a composer returning to the series, Lorne Balfe. There are also two films in the series composed by Michael Giacchino.
  65. The actor Marcello Walton is credited as "Masked Adjutant" but the character doesn't appear on screen, it is instead Ethan Hunt wearing a mask, so he should actually be credited as "Ethan Hunt".
  66. Christopher McQuarrie said there were plans for Alec Baldwin to return as Alan Hunley, "Berlin had been calling our name. There was originally an opening of this movie that began with Tom and Alec Baldwin walking along the Berlin Wall. They're walking along the wall and you slowly realize it's the Berlin Wall. And it's Alec Baldwin talking to Ethan about his life as a spy, how he became a spy. You realize it's him counseling Ethan. You're seeing a glimpse into the friendship of these two characters that existed prior to Fallout, and you cut and Tom is standing at his grave, having heard the words of wisdom from Alec, and he's just looking at a gravestone that says 'Hunley.' And that notion of Alec Baldwin being a spirit guide to Ethan in his memory was a very, very early idea to the story, something I was keenly interested in."
  67. Following her appearances as Peggy Carter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Hayley Atwell was offered many similar roles, but she turned them all down as she felt that they were too similar to what she had played before. However, she changed her mind when offered the part of Grace as she loved the character's duplicity and growth.
  68. The bridge that gets blown up at the end was originally supposed to be one in Poland until the production discovered that it was a listed building. So, instead, they built one from scratch in the UK.
  69. The movie marks the first feature collaboration for British leading ladies Hayley Atwell (Grace) and Vanessa Kirby (The White Widow).
  70. Angela Bassett was originally meant to reprise her role from Mission: Impossible - Fallout (2018) but issues over Covid-19 quarantining ruled that out.
  71. Shot under the working title of "Libra".
  72. There is a twenty and twenty-one year age gap between the older male actor and the younger female actresses.
  73. On April 20, 2021, filming commenced in the small village of Levisham, North Yorkshire, North Yorkshire Moors Railway, for a sequence set in the Alps in Austria with a train going 60 miles (97 km) an hour through a bridge being blown up, as a reference to the climactic train wreck scene in the silent film The General (1926).




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