Tag Archives: Impossible

Tom Cruise's Stunt Injury Is Featured in 'Mission: Impossible 6', Michelle Monaghan Confirms (Exclusive)

The stunt made the cut! While shooting Mission: Impossible – Fallout, Tom Cruise broke his ankle while performing one of his own stunts but powered through the scene. Cruise’s commitment to the stunt paid off as his co-star, Michelle Monaghan, told ET that the scene will be featured in the movie. “I was not there that day but [Tom] did show ...

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Inside Tom Cruise's Death-Defying 'Mission: Impossible – Fallout' Helicopter Stunt

Tom Cruise will do almost anything to get a movie shot just right — even if it means risking his own life. In a video released on Wednesday, the 55-year-old actor and his Mission: Impossible – Fallout director, Christopher McQuarrie, take fans behind-the-scenes of Cruise’s amazing helicopter stunt in the highly anticipated action film. Cruise had to lea… News

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Super Bowl LII Trailers: 'Avengers: Infinity War,' 'Skyscraper,' 'Mission: Impossible – Fallout' and More!

For some, the Super Bowl has become a sort of second Christmas where good little movie fans the country over get the gift of epic, explosive new trailers, and this year was as exceedingly bountiful. Between the multi-million-dollar ads for beer, snacks, cars and telephone networks were a slew of high-octane first looks and exclusive sneak peeks at some of ...

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Tom Cruise Defies Age in the New Mission: Impossible – Fallout Trailer

Tom Cruise is a 55-year-old man. Yet, here he is, climbing mountains, riding motorcycles, dangling out of a helicopter, and vaping in a shadowy room. It’s the trailer for Mission: Impossible – Fallout, the sixth movie in the franchise. Even though the title would imply otherwise, the mission has actually been possible five times prior. Mission: Impossible –Fallout is dropping ...

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‘Mission: Impossible’ Producer Paula Wagner on Making Thurgood Marshall Movie

Paula Wagner’s five-year quest to get the story of Supreme Court justice Thurgood Marshall onto screen was “absolutely worth it,” the Hollywood producer told filmmakers at Poland’s Camerimage fest on Friday. The inspiring biopic, “Marshall,” which opened in October, focuses on an early case the young Marshall takes on in Connecticut, defending a black chauffeur accused of rape and attempted ...

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Yo-Yo Ma does the impossible at the Hollywood Bowl

He was a very small figure seated on a wide expanse, a large stage empty but for a cellist on a chair. The Hollywood Bowl shell was lighted midnight blue. The amphitheater was probably kept as dark as the fire marshal would allow. Few of the more than 17,000 seats were empty. Then for two hours and 40 minutes Tuesday ...

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