Bad news for fans: Tom Cruise's movie release date postponed once again

Hollywood's famous actor Tom Cruise's mega-project Mission Impossible 7 and 8 have been waiting for a long time to watch on the screen is heart-rending news for his fans. Once again the release date of this movie has gone ahead which is obviously going to disappoint Tom's fans. Fans of Hollywood movies were hoping that the film might release this year but it is not happening.

Release date of 'Mission Impossible 7′ and 'Mission Impossible 8' extended: Sources closely monitoring Hollywood cinema say that while Tom Cruise's film 'Mission Impossible' was to be released on 22 September 2022, now its date has been extended to 14 July 2023. And the makers have made up their mind to release 'Mission Impossible 8,' on 7 July 2023. So now pushing this movie forward, the news is also being heard about its release on 28 June 2024. Production company Paramount and Skydance have disclosed this in a statement given to Hollywood media.

The decision is said to have been taken due to the outbreak of the growing epidemic around the world. The release date of the movie is being avoided due to the covid transition that theatres in all countries of the world are still unable to open at full capacity. The movie is one of the series of Hollywood movies that managed to do a lot of business at the box office. In that case, the makers may think it's okay to wait for it without taking any risk. Well, the way the release dates of Mission Impossible 7 and 8 are going back and forth, again and again, is definitely breaking the patience of the fans waiting for this movie but hope that the release date is fixed for both parts of the film does not change now.

The 6th part has earned huge at the box office: Hollywood actor Tom Cruise's film 'Mission Impossible Fallout' made a lot of bumper at the box office last year. The audience liked this movie very much, 'Mission Impossible: Fallout' alone had earned about 5800 crores at the box office. This movie was the sixth part of the Mission Impossible series. Seeing the love received by the audience, the director of the movie Christopher Macquarie has now decided to make the 7th and 8th sequels of Mission Impossible soon.

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