“Our most sincere and sincere thanks to: Nita Chambers, Kelsey Dwyer, Nicola Demagalski
@Bullring #bullringandgrandcentral And the rest of the staff at Grand Central, Birmingham. With: Felicity Jump, Craig Stenning, Patrick Power, Stewart Moore, Shakeel Mohammed, Jessica McLoughlin-Carroll, Lucy Martin, Chantel Abbott, Glyn Tinsley, Gavin Whitehouse and the staff of Network Rail at New Street Station. Special thanks to our fabulous and unwavering background artists and of course to the wonderful people of Birmingham. Without your support this would have been impossible, ”McQuarrie wrote. You can check out Cruise and Atwell’s photo below:
Interestingly, McQuarrie used the hashtag for both MI7 and MI8 because it is not known when the production of the eighth installment will begin. Originally, the two films were meant to run back to back, but it was reported earlier this year that production on the still-untitled eighth film would begin after Tom Cruise completed his promotional duties for Top Gun : Maverick. However, he also recently reported that Mission impossible The release date of 7 had been pushed back, which is also now the case for the new Top Gun. This meant that it was not clear when MI8 would start filming, but McQuarrie’s recent post makes us think there may be some production overlap.
Mission : Impossible 7 will see the return of Cruise as well as Ving Rhames, Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson and Vanessa Kirby. In addition to Atwell, Marvel’s Pom Klementieff will also be making his franchise debut. Earlier this year, it was announced that Rob Delaney (Deadpool 2), Charles Parnell (Top Gun : Maverick), Indira Varma (Game of Thrones) and Mark Gatiss (Sherlock), would join the cast. Henry Czerny, who played Kittridge in the first Mission impossible, will make its first franchise appearance since 1996.
Mission : Impossible 7 is currently set to hit theaters on May 27, 2022.