Paramount Pictures has pushed back the release dates of the two Mission Impossible movies due to coronavirus pandemic. Christopher McQuarrie who is directing the seventh and eighth film in the franchise has revealed the films date have been pushed back. The first release dates were July 23,2021 and August 5, 2022.
However the filmmaker has now revealed that the films will be releasing now in November 2021 and December 2022. The films shooting is on halt since February when first the team decided not to go to Italy due to the deadly outbreak in the city.
The franchise started back in 1996 and uptil 2019 the franchise has introduced us to 6 total films that have raked huge amounts of money at the silver screens and we have been able to witness 6 awesome adventures of Agent Ethan Hunt.
Not only this but Paramount pictures have also cancelled their premiere for Sonic the Hedgehog which was all set to premiere as the Chinese Box office. Investors have been worried as the world’s second largest box office have been shut down due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus. James Bond: No Time To Die had also cancelled their premiere in China.
Hollywood summer schedule has been fully disturbed but lets see what film will be coming out this year