Eighth "Mission: Impossible" movie pushed back to 2025 as actors' strike lasts longer than three months.
THE NEW YORK As the actors strike has gone beyond three months of work stoppage,
the eighth edition of the "Mission: Impossible" franchise has been delayed by a year,
heralding a new wave of release schedule juggling for Hollywood studios.
The following "Mission: Impossible" movie's release date was changed by Paramount Pictures on Monday from June 28, 2024, to May 23, 2025.
Despite having the subtitle "Mission: Impossible — Dead Reckoning Part Two," the sequel is now just referred to as "Mission: Impossible."
Christopher McQuarrie's "Mission: Impossible — Dead Reckoning Part One"
sequel's filming was put on hold in July so that Tom Cruise and the rest of the cast could travel the world promoting "Dead Reckoning."
The final global box office total for "Dead Reckoning" was $567.5 million, which was less than that of the 2018 sequel "Fallout" ($791.7 million globally) and the exhilarating highs of Cruise's summer 2022 blockbuster "Top Gun: Maverick" ($1.5 billion).
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