Tom Cruise Chats About the Future of MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE
Speaking with Total Film Magazine, Tom Cruise talked about the MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE possibilities. With the latest installment, MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - GHOST PROTOCOL, having earned so much sweet monetary goodness that it's Cruise's highest grossing film to date, you wouldn't think we'd have too long of a wait for MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 5.
MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - GHOST PROTOCOL was the biggest moneymaker of the franchise thus far... So what's next? Does the Crazed Couch Jumper want to end the series and go out on a high note, or will Cruise go the tried and true Hollywood route and bleed that sucker dry? Find out, after the jump!
On the topic of Ghost Protocol's success, Cruise stated:
“Seeing an audience respond… to have that experience is really wonderful. I started Mission: Impossible hoping I could make many of them. It’s a character that I can grow with. At that time it was the most expensive film in the history of Paramount Pictures, and the first film I was producing."
On the future of the M:I franchise:
“It’s been pretty exciting... I’ll make as many as people want to see, because they’re very challenging, and so much fun to make. We’re already working on different images. Talking conceptually. I love travelling around promoting different movies because I’m always looking at different places, and I always walk around to see the city. I look at architecture, subways… coming up with different sequences.”
So, there you go - looks like there'll be no shortage of impossible missions for the foreseeable future. As long as the series maintains the high quality of the last two installments, that should make action movie fans very happy, indeed.
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