Tom Cruise Set To Work On Mission Impossible 5

Hollywood actor Tom Cruise has unveiled his plans to start work on a fifth Mission Impossible film, whilst announcing the franchise will continue to make further films as long as people keep watching.

In an interview with Total Film magazine Tom revealed he would love to get back to work on a fifth Mission Impossible film, reprising the role of spy Ethan Hunt, in the action packed spy series which was first reached cinemas back in 1996. The latest film, Mission Impossible 4: Ghost Protocol was released just last year.

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Tom Cruise Set To Work On Mission Impossible 5

Speaking of his role producing the popular films, as well as starring as the lead character Tom stated: “I started Mission Impossible hoping I could make many of them. It’s a character that I can grow with. At that time it was the most expensive film in the history of Paramount Pictures, and the first film I was producing.”

When questioned about the huge success the Mission Impossible films have received, Tom confessed: “It’s been pretty exciting. Seeing an audience respond… to have that experience is really wonderful. I’ll make a bunch of those. I’ll make as many as people want to see. Because they’re very challenging and so much fun to make.”

Tom added that he has already been planning the next Mission Impossible film, and has several ideas of possible settings in mind: “We’re already working on different images. I love traveling around promoting movies because I’m always looking at different places, coming up with different sequences.”

Meanwhile Tom will soon make a return to the big screen playing the title role of Jack Reacher, in the film, which is set for release in December.

Article By Victoria Beckett

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