Tom Cruise starrer Mission Impossible sequel is amongst the much-awaited and highly-successful franchise is now likely to be delayed owing to the novel coronavirus pandemic. The release date of the seventh Mission Impossible film is now pushed to November 19, 2021 because of the global health crisis. It is also speculated that the release date of the eighth film will also be pushed back to November 4, 2022.
The previous Mission Impossible film features Hollywood actor Tom Cruise as the lead and the fans cannot wait for him to return to the franchise. The seventh film of the Mission Impossible film was allegedly scheduled to release on July 23, 2021, while the eighth film was suspected to be released on August 5, 2020.
Meanwhile, due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, the filmmakers have announced the delay in the release date of the two sequels of the Mission Impossible films. According to the reports, Tom Cruise was scheduled to shoot a few scenes for the film in Italy but the process had to stop given to the drastic rise in the patients of COVID-19 in Italy.
New reports suggest that the upcoming sequels of the Mission Impossible franchise will be directed by Christopher McQuarrie. He is also the director of the previous films from the franchise titled, Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation and Fallout.
Tom Cruise portrays the role of Ethan Hunt in this massively popular franchise. Mission: Impossible: Fallout was a huge success at the Box Office. Now the fans of the franchise are in anticipation of the sequels to see if they stick to the newly announced release dates.
Owing to the global pandemic, many Hollywood films have had their release date postponed and we hope that situation returns to normalcy soon.