Mission Impossible 7 isn’t Left Unaffected by the Pandemic Either as the Filming Gets Halted and Release Gets Delayed

How soon can we expect to see Ethan Hunt doing what he does best? The impossible

The Mission Impossible franchise has enjoyed wide success, as Tom Cruise always makes sure to beat his own stunts and action with every new installment he does. And very few films have better action sequences than the Mission Impossible series.

Here is the news we know so far about the seventh movie.

Story and Release DateĀ 

Hunt’s mission had always been to protect the world from John Lark and his Apostles’ plan of starting a nuclear war. And in this movie, Hunt and the team will be taking down the remaining apostles, while saving the world yet again.


Apart from this information, no other details have been leaked as the movie is kept tightly under wraps, and no details regarding the story have been made available yet. We will have to wait until the trailer releases to know a little more about what’s to come.

The movie is one of the many that have been affected by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, which has been claiming lives on a daily basis and has brought the world to its knees.

While the filmmakers have not disclosed the official date, sources are claiming that it was expected to be released on July 23, 2021. Currently, the production for the movie has been halted due to the virus. It was supposed to start from February 20, 2020, in Venice, but was interrupted and will be delayed until further notice.

The main cast of Tom Cruise, Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson, Henry Czerny, and Ving Rhames will be returning, while members who joined the last movie, Vanessa Kirby and Angela Bassett, will also be returning.

The movie will have some new faces joining, which includes Pom Klementieff, Shea Whigham, Nicholas Hoult, and Hayley Atwell.