Mission: Impossible 5


After months of speculation, it has officially been confirmed that Jack Reacher director Christopher McQuarrie has come aboard to direct the highly anticipated sequel to Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, currently known only as Mission: Impossible 5. Rather than announcing the news via a press release or through a trade report, the filmmaker instead decided to elegantly spread the news himself, sending out a message on Twitter reading simply,

McQuarrie has reportedly been the top choice for Mission: Impossible 5 for a long time now, dating back to November 2012 – a full month before Jack Reacher was actually released. The choice makes plenty of sense when you consider that the writer/director has worked with Tom Cruise on multiple projects. While Reacher was their first time working as a director/actor pair, in 2008 McQuarrie wrote the script for the historical drama Valkyrie – in which Cruise starred – and he also adapted the novel All You Need Is Kill by Hiroshi Sakurazaka for Cruise’s upcoming action flick Edge of Tomorrow. The duo most recently appeared together in Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con to promote the latter film.

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