First Mission Impossible: Fallout Trailer Introduces a Deadly Henry Cavill

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First Mission Impossible: Fallout Trailer Introduces a Deadly Henry Cavill

Paramount has debuted another awesome new trailer for the highly anticipated sequel Mission: Impossible - Fallout, continuing the M:I franchise starring Tom Cruise as International Monetary Fund agent Ethan Hunt.

The good thing is that Mission: Impossible - Fallout is in movie theaters on July 27, which is soon. Expect Tom Cruise to deliver his usual brand of style and grace to the media and publicity campaign in the lead-up to release.

McQuarrie assembled an all-star ensemble for this sequel, which not only brings back franchise favorites like Michelle Monaghan and Simon Pegg, but also introduces new characters played by Henry Cavill and Angela Bassett along with returning Rogue Nation breakout Rebecca Ferguson.

Mission: Impossible - Fallout is directed by Christopher McQuarrie, who is no stranger to working with Tom Cruise.

The best intentions often come back to haunt you. There's more of that jaw-dropping helicopter set piece too, set to be Fallout's "big stunt" in the grand Mission tradition. Ethan Hunt and his International Monetary Fund team, along with some familiar allies, race against time after a mission gone wrong in this new chapter.

The new trailer has Tom and a heavily-moustached Henry Cavill pulling off some ridiculously unsafe stunts, something the Mission Impossible series has always been known for. Well, he is fighting Superman.

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