Hayley Atwell Joins Tom Cruise in Mission: Impossible 7!
Hayley Atwell joins Tom Cruise in Mission: Impossible 7!
Marvel actress Hayley Atwell is buying and selling in Captain America for Tom Cruise! The actress has signed on for the following Mission: Impossible function, and joins a returning solid that features Cruise, Rebecca Ferguson (Doctor Sleep), Simon Pegg (Ready Player One) and Ving Rhames (Pulp Fiction). Director Christopher McQuarrie confirmed the information by way of his Instagram account, which you’ll be able to see under, to which Atwell replied, “Mission: Accepted,” adopted by the cryptic, “Though I’m not the sort to follow orders …”
Following the massive important and business success of the previous two installments, author/director Christopher McQuarrie signed a brand new cope with Paramount to return to jot down and direct the following two installments, turning down different studio affords to proceed his long-running partnership with franchise star Tom Cruise.
Skydance Media, who joined the franchise with the fourth installment, Ghost Protocol, will probably be returning to provide the following two entries.
Atwell is finest identified for her portrayal of Peggy Carter within the Marvel Universe, a job that branched off into a brief lived TV collection, however has appeared in numerous movies and TV collection together with Christopher Robin, Black Mirror, The Pillars of Earth and The Prisoner.
The Mission: Impossible franchise spans virtually 25 years and 6 movies, beginning off with modest important and main field workplace success within the first two movies earlier than launching its lead protagonist into grittier and extra explosive tales, every movie getting progressively higher critiques than its predecessor, with the latest installment, Fallout, incomes the best critiques for each the franchise and the motion style, at the moment sustaining a 97% approval ranking from critics on Rotten Tomatoes whereas additionally buying the best field workplace gross of the franchise at over $790 million worldwide.