A 30 second spot promoting the film debuted during the 2018 Super Bowl, with the full two and a half minute trailer arriving online immediately after the teaser's Super Bowl premiere. Tom Cruise returns as International Monetary Fund senior field operations agent Ethan Hunt, with fellow field agents Ilsa Faust (Rebecca Ferguson), Luther Stickell (Ving Rhames), and Benji Dunn (Simon Pegg) joining in on the action.
It can be recalled that a few weeks before production on the film started in March a year ago, film producer David Ellison said in an interview that "Mission: Impossible-Fallout" would feature some of the biggest stunts Tom Cruise has ever done in his acting career and in the history of the franchise. Plus, they follow a really intriguing spy story from the perspective of Cruise's Ethan Hunt. This movie focuses on "the fallout of all his good intentions".More news: Rams DT Donald named Defensive Player of the Year
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There are numerous stunts in the trailer that look stunning. That part where Cruise runs his auto into Rebecca Hall as she shoots at him is my personal favourite.
The trailer opens with what looks like the aftermath of a mission gone bad for Cruise's character, Ethan Hunt and with some plutonium gone missing. Tom Cruise recently injured himself whilst attempting a building to building rooftop jump in London, but that fades in comparison to some to the feats we see attempted in this new Mission Impossible footage. The trailer then launches into motorcycle chases, fist fights, and that goosebumps inducing helicopter chase towards the end. He is as fit as a fiddle and it is insane to think of the serious injuries (he broke his ankle during the MI6 shooting) Tom Cruise has endured. Also starring Rebecca Ferguson, Michelle Monaghan, Alec Baldwin, Sean Harris, Sian Brooke and Frederick Schmidt, Mission: Impossible - Fallout arrives in theaters July 27.