The official trailer for Mission Impossible 5 (or now titled as Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation) is now available.
Tom Cruise and Mission Impossible fans rejoice! The trailer for the next installment of the MI series, titled Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation, is finally out and this time, things are getting a bit more serious than the previous ones.
It is action packed as always and do not forget the ultimate scene in the end of the trailer, it?s a must for fans of action movies.
Watch the epic action trailer for Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation below
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This one takes the cake not because of the storyline or the actors but the death defying stunts Tom Cruise always do in the film. A perfect example for that would be the Dubai Burj Khalifa scene in Ghost Protocol where Ethan Hunt almost fell to his death?not in real life though because he is using a safety harness.
In Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation, instead of a huge building or a mountain?the opening scene in MI:2?they decided to go with an airplane because why the hell not right? Not just any ordinary airplane though, a big cargo plane that is taking off. If the Dubai Burj Khalifa scene didn?t get you sick, this one probably will.
Of course, that is not the only highlight they showed us on this trailer. Now in the past, Mission Impossible tends to go with a single mad man trying to destroy a country or a city but here, they will face a group of soldiers specially made to counter them, the IMF (or Impossible Mission Force) and they are called the Rogue Nation.
By the looks of it, seems like the gang is back, well almost. Paula Patton didn?t reprise her role as Jane but Jeremy Renner (Brandt in the movie), Simon Pegg (Benji) and Ving Rhames (Luther Stickell from Mission Impossible 1 and 2) are here.
Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation will be released this coming July 31, 2015 in theaters and IMAX so mark your calendars now.
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