Paramount Pictures and Tom Cruise have locked in on a deal for IMF agent, Ethan Hunt’s return for another Mission.
According to THR reports, The sixth installment in Paramount Pictures’ series of action spy thriller films, Mission: Impossible was put on hold due to salary dispute and now it has been resolved.
Mission: Impossible 6 is now set to being production in spring of 2017 with Christopher McQuarrie taking up his duties as screenwriter and director.
The series of theatrical motion pictures, Mission: Impossible launched 1996, it is based on the television series of the same name, produced by and starring Tom Cruise as IMF agent Ethan Hunt.
Mission: Impossible series is the 18th-highest-grossing film series of all time with over $2 billion worth of worldwide gross.
McQuarrie’s return to the franchise marks the first time a director has helmed more than one film in the series – Mission: Impossible (1996) directed by Brian De Palma; Mission: Impossible II (2000) by John Woo; Mission: Impossible III (2006) by J. J. Abrams; Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol (2011) by Brad Bird; and Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation (2015) by Christopher McQuarrie.
Cruise’s schedule is busy as ever, his projects include Jack Reacher: Never Go Back for October 21 release, The Mummy reboot for June 9, 2017 release, and American Made for September 29, 2017 release and couple of undated films such as Top Gun 2, Luna Park, and now the aforementioned M:I6.
Mission: Impossible 6 will release sometime in 2017.