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Pom Klementieff Is Latest Femme Fatale To Join ‘Mission: Impossible 7’ and ‘8’
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Mission: Impossible 7 and Mission: Impossible 8 are both currently in the pre-production phase, which means they are still adding new actors to the cast. Recently, Hayley Atwell became a new femme fatale in the successful film franchise that has thrived on exciting stunt work which takes the audience’s breath away.

Now, there will be another to accept the mission. Director Christopher McQuarrie took to social media to confirm that Pom Klementieff (Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Avengers: Endgame) will be joining the cast of the upcoming two Mission: Impossible films.

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Haley Atwell Joins Tom Cruise In New ‘Mission: Impossible’ Film
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After playing one of the greatest spies for the past decade in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Hayley Atwell will now be a part of another spy blockbuster franchise. She will be joining Tom Cruise and Rebecca Ferguson in Chris McQuarrie‘s next line of Mission: Impossible films. More on the report below.

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Director Christoper McQuarrie To Tackle Back-To-Back ‘Mission: Impossible’ Sequels With Tom Cruise
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Last year’s Mission: Impossible – Fallout was on many critics’ top ten lists. And with good reason. The pulse-pounding and heart stopping practical stunt work and thrilling action, all performed by Tom Cruise, has audiences hungry for more. And it looks like Paramount will be giving us just that.

New reports confirm that director Christopher McQuarrie will be back for not one, but two Mission: Impossible films with Cruise that will be shot back-to-back and released in 2021 and 2022. More on the report below.

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Tom Cruise Wants You To Turn Off Motion Smoothing Feature On Your TVs
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You may not notice it at first, but there is a feature on your TV that may prevent you from watching films in the best quality available. It is called motion smoothing, and the best way to describe it is that it makes what you are watching look like a soap opera. What it does is artificially increase the frame rate to a higher speed, so it forcefully inserts frames into the film so that there is no blur.

A lot of filmmakers have rallied against this feature and have been trying their best to work with TV manufacturers to get it off. While general audiences may not care for it at first, it looks like the anti-motion smoothing movement needed a bit more star power. Enter, Tom Cruise. The Mission: Impossible actor and Mission: Impossible – Fallout director Christopher McQuarrie recently released a video to try to bring this to the public’s attention in hopes that they can convince fans of their film, and any other films, to watch them in the best available quality. Check out their video below.

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Christopher McQuarrie Addresses ‘Man Of Steel 2’ and ‘Green Lantern’ Rumors
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Warner Bros. has put another Superman film on the back burner. The film has struggled to get even a sequel announcement and now that Henry Cavill will no longer play Superman, it seems very unlikely we will ever get a Man of Steel 2. The only possible person who could have prevented this all from happening was Mission: Impossible – Fallout director Christopher McQuarrie. The filmmaker had worked with Cavill on the latest Mission: Impossible film, and even talked to the actor about a possible sequel. However, nothing came of it.

But this wouldn’t be the first time that he has been approached to direct a DCEU film. A new interview also reveals that he was also in the mix to direct Green Lantern. More on the report below.

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