After the successful of “Mission Impossible: Fallout” both critically and financially, the director Christopher McQuarrie is finally made a deal with the studio to direct the next two films of Mission Impossible.
According to Variety, McQuarrie is returning to direct the next two films of Mission Impossible, shooting them back-to-back. And the two films is set to release in 2021 and 2020. Not only to direct, McQuarrie also reportedly will be a screenwriter of the film.
According to the studio, the film will start the production in 2019. And the pre-production will fall under the time Cruise is shooting and promoting “Top Gun: Maverick”
“Mission Impossible: Fallout” received positif reviews from critics, praising the film for action, writing, and acting. “MI: Fallout” received 86% from MetaCritic, 7.9/10 from IMDb, and 95% from Rotten Tomatoes and certified Fresh. And many people considered “MI: Fallout” is the best film from the franchise.
“MI: Fallout” also received financially success, the film grossed over $790 million worldwide. The film also took home the Critic’s Choice award for Best Action Film.