On Saturday, the trailer for Tom Cruise’s next Mission: Impossible film, Dead Reckoning Part One, was allegedly leaked online. Several Twitter accounts uploaded the allegedly leaked clip, and the video quickly went viral. After the studio filed copyright infringement notices, most of the videos were taken down by the end of the day. The trailer was seen at CinemaCon last month but has yet to be publicly published.
uploading the film’s 2-minute trailer, which stars Tom Cruise. While it’s unclear how or where the trailer was released, Paramount Pictures acted quickly to handle the situation. Many of the tweets featuring the trailer were removed by Sunday morning, with a Twitter notice blaming “a notification by the copyright owner.”
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Several accounts that had posted the trailer were also deactivated, forcing many people to erase their tweets and advise others to do the same. “Paramount Pictures does not appear to have officially uploaded the two-minute spot online,” according to The Hollywood Reporter. Multiple requests for comment from the studio were not immediately responded to.”
Dead Reckoning (Mission: Impossible) Part One is the seventh instalment in the blockbuster franchise, in which Tom Cruise plays Ethan Hunt, a secret agent. The film is set to hit theatres on July 14, 2023. Hayley Atwell, Ving Rhames, Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson, and Vanessa Kirby also star in the film.
The Mission Impossible franchise has been a huge success, with Tom Cruise’s transformation from dramatic hero to action icon being credited to it. So far, the six films have made an incredible $3.57 billion at the worldwide box office.