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Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, was one of last year’s best films. With Christopher McQuarrie, who directed Tom Cruise in the criminally underrated Jack Reacher, at the helm, the fifth installment in this massively successful franchise experienced something of a resurrection that definitely started with 2011’s Ghost Protocol but was perfected as a result of Cruise and McQuarrie’s collaborations. Cruise, who has always been one of the franchise’s driving creative forces, made it clear that he wants a new director for each of the series’ subsequent entries to keep things as fresh as possible.

Until now.

Christopher McQuarrie has been confirmed as the writer/director of Mission: Impossible 6, which is scheduled to hit theaters on July 27th, 2018. There are definitely some people who are upset by this news, claiming that this decision has the potential to tarnish the spirit of what makes the Mission: Impossible series different from other franchises. And, honestly, those people have a point. But seeing what McQuarrie is capable of, on top of the fact that the Jack Reacher sequel is getting trashed, there may just be a method to this madness, and there are definitely a lot of Rogue Nation fans who are excited to see what these two blockbuster titans are going to do next.


Images: Paramount Pictures

Source: The Hollywood Reporter

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Mission: Impossible 6 is Hitting Theaters July 2018

Tom Cruise and Christopher McQuarrie are teaming up again for the franchise's sixth installment.

By Josef Rodriguez | 11/15/2016 07:27 AM PT | Updated 11/15/2016 07:29 AM PT

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Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, was one of last year’s best films. With Christopher McQuarrie, who directed Tom Cruise in the criminally underrated Jack Reacher, at the helm, the fifth installment in this massively successful franchise experienced something of a resurrection that definitely started with 2011’s Ghost Protocol but was perfected as a result of Cruise and McQuarrie’s collaborations. Cruise, who has always been one of the franchise’s driving creative forces, made it clear that he wants a new director for each of the series’ subsequent entries to keep things as fresh as possible.

Until now.

Christopher McQuarrie has been confirmed as the writer/director of Mission: Impossible 6, which is scheduled to hit theaters on July 27th, 2018. There are definitely some people who are upset by this news, claiming that this decision has the potential to tarnish the spirit of what makes the Mission: Impossible series different from other franchises. And, honestly, those people have a point. But seeing what McQuarrie is capable of, on top of the fact that the Jack Reacher sequel is getting trashed, there may just be a method to this madness, and there are definitely a lot of Rogue Nation fans who are excited to see what these two blockbuster titans are going to do next.


Images: Paramount Pictures

Source: The Hollywood Reporter

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About Josef Rodriguez

view all posts

Josef is GEEK's resident snob, and that's exactly the way he likes it. At the ripe age of 20, Josef has been writing movie reviews online for closer to a decade than he'd like to admit, and is reaaallly starting to hit his stride. You can find Josef's writing on Medium, VIMOOZ, and other scattered corners of the internet, but if you really want to get to know him, Twitter is the place to be.