Awesome new posters for Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation

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Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, the fifth film from the Mission Impossible franchise is nearly here, and if you’re not excited already the new posters that have been released might help to get you in the mood.

Love him or hate him, Tom Cruise is one man who isn’t precious about performing his own stunts. The Mission: Impossible series was a perfect match for him, with each film gradually incorporating crazier and crazier stunts. The latest film is no exception, and sees Cruise grabbing hold of a plane as it takes off. These very cool posters capture the iconic stunts from each film in a minimalist style.

Synopsis – With the IMF disbanded, and Ethan (Tom Cruise) out in the cold, the team now faces off against a network of highly skilled special agents, the Syndicate. These highly trained operatives are hellbent on creating a new world order through an escalating series of terrorist attacks. Ethan gathers his team and joins forces with disavowed British agent Ilsa Faust (Rebecca Ferguson), who may or may not be a member of this rogue nation, as the group faces their most impossible mission yet.

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The (hopefully) action-packed Rogue Nation is an ideal film to view on an IMAX screen, which is why the filmmakers decided to turn the Venice Opera House into an IMAX cinema for one night only – the world premiere. Here is a brief featurette on how they transformed the classic building.

 

Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation also stars Simon PeggVing RhamesJeremy Renner, and Alec Baldwin, and is released in UK cinemas on 30th July.

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I have a passion for all things Spielberg, old school hip hop, and bad action films on a Friday night. My favourite films include Jaws, Annie Hall, The Jerk, Mulholland Drive, and Double Indemnity.

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