Seriously, we need this new time-travel cop show (called Time) to be on television now. Or maybe a year or two ago, if the creators of the show have an actual time machine. The series is described as “Mission Impossible meets Back to the Future,” and it’s from two of our favorite creators.
Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation starts off on another level. Literally. In the first scene of the film, Tom Cruise runs from the ground and flies through the sky on the side of an airplane. It’s the film’s way of screaming at the audience, “You are in for a fucking crazy ride.” And then, it delivers.
The fifth Mission Impossible movie comes out on Friday—and you’ve already seen the absolutely batshit, life-threatening stunt where Tom Cruise hangs off an airplane in flight. The without-a-net, potentially deadly stunts have become a trademark of the series—see for yourself, with our video roundup.
I’m not an especially big Tom Cruise fan but even I have to admit, the Mission Impossible movies are guaranteed to be a fun time. The powers behind that film franchise have pretty much mastered the art of spy action movie making and know exactly what we want: cool spy stuff, crazy stunts that put Tom Cruise in danger,…
In eight days, everyone will find out that IMF is in a bad way. As Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation begins, the Impossible Missions Force is struggling to survive on multiple levels. Only Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) can restore the agency In this exclusive featurette, you’ll see Hunt has his work cut out for him.
Jamie Alexander reveals a bit about Sif’s role in Thor: Ragnarok, we learn all about the practical effects in Goosebumps, and there are new details about a major character’s return to Supernatural. Plus, we know when Pacific Rim will start filming. Spoilers now!
In the wake of the serious spy film wave (from the new James Bond to Jason Bourne), we’re just happy that Paramount is shifting the super-serious gears on its Mission Impossible franchise to funny. Because the new footage screened at CinemaCon today was sensational.
It’s almost summer movie season — which means it’s time, once again, for our annual poll. Which of this summer’s big tentpole movies will lose the most money? Make your predictions now!
Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation, a.k.a. Tom Cruise's excuse to feel again, has released a big, bombastic trailer. And excuse me, but is that a GUN FLUTE?
Callin' it: the official trendy word to include in your franchise entry is ROGUE. Because hot on the heels of the Rogue One announcement, we have news that the next Mission: Impossible flick is titled Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation. Lots of fists/motorcycles/Pegg in the teaser trailer below.
Christopher McQuarrie has shut down Mission Impossible 5 because the ending was, get this, impossible. Or something; we're paraphrasing. But don't worry, Mission Impossible 5 writers, we have some "thoughts."
There is nothing better than a spy disguise, especially when it's a terrible one. Here are the best of the worst spy disguises on television and film.
The next Terminator movie has been in limbo since Megan Ellison first won the bidding war to take over the rights. And now, she's ready to move ahead. According to Deadline, Ellison who has produced movies such as The Master and Zero Dark Thirty, has finally completed the purchase of the Terminator rights from…
Spies are like the better dressed version of superheroes. They stop supervillains from destroying the world, and they do incredible superhuman feats, with the help of insane gadgets and vehicles. With a new Bourne movie in theaters on Friday, it's a great time to celebrate the "spy-fi" genre, that combines spies and…
When it comes to movie series, the third time is definitely not the charm. Some of the best movies ever made are the second films in a franchise — but it's a rare third film that achieves true greatness. This Friday sees the release of Men in Black III, and everybody's wondering if it can be better than the…
Yes, it's true. Tom Cruise did all his own stunts on Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol — including running around on top of the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa.
The Mission Impossible movies are still kicking box-office ass, at least judging from Ghost Protocol's IMAX limited opening. This is kind of a miracle, since most movies based on TV shows fall flat. (Like the Ralph Fiennes Avengers, Lost in Space, Land of the Lost, Thunderbirds, Bewitched, etc.) Even when a…
By all rights, a fourth Mission Impossible film should be a disaster. A played-out film series, a leading man who's pushing 50 and a tired Cold War premise should add up to total boredom. But somehow, instead, Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol is a splashy festival of crazy.