Mission Impossible – Dead Reckoning – Part One London Film Premiere 2023
Seventh entry in the long-running Mission: Impossible series.
Mission Impossible – Dead Reckoning – Part One London Premieres Mission Impossible - Dead Reckoning - Part One
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- Release in Cinemas: 2023-07-14
- directors:Christopher McQuarrie
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- Tom Cruise and Ving Rhames are the only actors who have appeared in all seven films in the series. Simon Pegg has been in every one since the third film.
- On Tuesday, January 15, 2019 Tom Cruise revealed that the initial planned release date is set for 2021, with the eighth film penned for 2022.
- 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.
- 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.
- Scheduled to be released 27 years after the original film, Mission: Impossible (1996).
- Filming in Venice was cancelled late February 2020, due to the Coronavirus outbreak in Northern Italy. Filming was supposed to last three weeks.
- Tom Cruise will be 61 when the film releases on July 14th, 2023.
- What appears to be a preserved Britannia class steam locomotive (curiously disguised as a French engine) is destroyed by plunging over a cliff into a quarry. However, this was actually a specially commissioned non-functioning stunt replica.
- The film has had three 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.
- As of this movie, Tom Cruise is now older than Jon Voight when he was in the first Mission: Impossible (1996) (Voight was 57 at the time, whereas Cruise was 57 when filming initially started, 59 when it finally wrapped, and will be 61 when it's released).
- This, along with its sequel Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning - Part Two (2024), will be the first Mission: Impossible movies to shoot entirely in digital, unlike the first six movies which were shot on 35mm film.
- Production on the 7th and 8th installments will no longer be filmed back to back as originally planned.
- 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 & Grace each driving a 2022 BMW M5 CS, shown at one point with all four doors missing. Ethan also drives a BMW motorcycle off a cliff in one of the series' most elaborate stunts yet.
- Pom Klementieff and Hayley Atwell have both starred in the MCU as Mantis and Peggy Carter respectively.
- The film features a yellow Fiat 500 as a reference to 'Lupin III'. The sixth 'Lupin III' manga chapter parodied the 'Mission Impossible' TV series, and spoofs of the theme song played in Episodes 82 and 97 of 'Lupin III Part 2'.
- This is the first time Tom Cruise and Cary Elwes starred in a movie together since Days of Thunder (1990).
- 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.
- Footage was released of Tom Cruise's next big stunt for this film, which involved riding a motorcycle off a cliff and parachuting to the ground.
- Henry Czernys second time playing the character Eugene Kittridge after being in the first 1996 Mission Impossible.
Where was Mission Impossible – Dead Reckoning – Part One filmed?
Mission Impossible – Dead Reckoning – Part One was set around this are the locations:
- Hellesylt, Norway
- Helsetkopen, Møre og Romsdal, Norway
- Rome, Lazio, Italy
- Åndalsnes, Rauma, Møre og Romsdal, Norway
- Trollveggen, Møre og Romsdal, Norway
- Stoney Middleton, Derbyshire, England, UK
- Birmingham, West Midlands, England, UK
- Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
- Birmingham, UK
- Grand Central, Birmingham, West Midlands, England, UK
- Levisham, North Yorkshire, England, UK
- Venice, Veneto, Italy
- Via dei Funari, Rome, Lazio, Italy
- Via Nazionale, Rome, Lazio, Italy
- Via di S. Maria Maggiore, Rome, Lazio, Italy
- Via dei Serpenti, Rome, Lazio, Italy
- Via del Traforo, Rome, Lazio, Italy
- Ponte dei Conzafelzi, Venice, Veneto, Italy
- The Bullring, Birmingham, UK
- Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, UK