Here’s our Special October 27 2020 edition of Spy Movie News where we'll look at Mission: Impossible news, will No Time to Die to Stream??, the No Time to Die Sound track. Jetpacks seen flying in Los Angeles? And more!
NO TIME TO DIE MIGHT STREAM!We'll start out with a quick discussion about No Time To Die and possible streaming of the movie! In an article at imore.com, they claim there are rumors that MGM is in talks with Apple TV and Netflix about the streaming rights to No Time To Die, as MGM is under pressure to make some money after all the release delays! Wow – this would be huge. The rumor is Apple TV and Netflix are in the lead, and that the amounts of money being talked about are enormous. There’s a bidding war going on, and we will see who the winner is if there is one. Does this mean maybe both a theatrical release where possible AND streaming release? Stay tuned to Spy Movie News for more news when it breaks!
MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 7
Returning To ItalyAfter filming in Venice was shut-down early in the pandemic, the Mission Impossible 7 crew has returned to Italy – and Cruise and company have been spotted in Rome. They had just shot scenes in Norway and in the UK and are now back in Italy. Wow – they really ARE the Impossible Mission Force. See this article in Collider.com for all the details. Also see this article in EuroNews.com – for a similar story and video of Tom Cruise waving to the fans!
More Mission: Impossible NewsAnd continuing our Mission: Impossible 7 coverage, CinemaBlend.com reports that Tom Cruise was seen atop a moving train and has now been seen doing a car crash scene, along with Hayley Atwell. What is seen, is after the crash, and Cruise trying to get Atwell out of the crashed car – hints at another great stunt. In our opinion, Tom Cruise is just amazing! He has done it all from flying jets, doing HALO dives, motorcycle stunts, climbing stunts, martial arts kicks. And now, at 58, is still at it strong. The hype building for Mission: Impossible 7 is tremendous and Cruise and Company can be a genuine threat to the Bond Franchise if they keep doing things right. And don’t forget, Mission: Impossible 8 has already been announced and planned for about a year after the Mission: Impossible 7 release.
- Mission Impossible 7 has a current release date theoretically as November 19, 2021
- Mission Impossible 8 is then currently scheduled for November 4, 2022.
- “When we were officially told that Mission: Impossible 7 was on the way, we were also told that Mission: Impossible 8 was as well.”
- “Writer/director Christopher McQuarrie recently told the Light the Fuse podcast that the decision to go with two films came out of the need to have the space to tell a compelling emotional story, not simply for lead character Ethan Hunt, but the rest of the IMF team as well.”