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Tom Cruise Feats of Strength in First Official Image from ‘Mission: Impossible—Fallout’

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brian-mcgee - January 25, 2018

The title for the next Mission: Impossible movie has been revealed alongside this first image from the film, and shockingly the film is not subtitled A Trip to the Photoshop Factory. No, this is the first look at Tom Cruise performing dangerous feats of strength in the upcoming film Mission: Impossible—Fallout

I remember a long time ago when I used to judge a film's title based on how stupid you sounded saying it out loud when purchasing tickets. Those days are long gone, as you can now just waltz up to the box office and say "Two for Mission Impossible," or "Two for Star Wars," or "Two for Fast & Furious," or "One for Resident Evil, please." Compounding the problem even further is the ability to purchase tickets online or on your phone. You never have to say the film's title out loud, which is great for films like Breakin 2: Electric Boogaloo, provided you're somehow still able to buy tickets to that film.

Anyway, it'll be curious to see if The Mummy will have any lingering effects on Cruise's career. I mean, there's only so many times we'll pay to see Tom Cruise run and jump in a movie that's otherwise a hot pile of garbage. He needs to make more movies like Edge of Tomorrow, that movie was the tits. Check out the official title reveal below, and get ready for M:I—Fallout on July 27.

Get ready. #MissionImpossible

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