Impossible 7 Set Photo Reveals a Twist for a Classic Character

Christopher McQuarrie is giving followers a brand new (albeit minuscule) look into the world of Mission: Impossible 7. In a brand new Instagram post, the veteran Mission: Unimaginable director and author posted a photograph of actress Rebecca Ferguson — who has performed former MI6 agent Ilsa Faust within the franchise’s final two movies — in costume throughout the filming of the delayed seventh installment.

Whereas the picture is an excessive close-up (and in extraordinarily desaturated black and white), we will see that Ferguson is sporting an eyepatch as a part of her costume, pulled as much as her brow (assumingly between takes). Nothing else is seen within the {photograph}, and it’s captioned with nothing greater than an ellipsis, leaving followers questioning simply what’s going to occur to Ilsa and whether or not she’ll require both a brand new disguise or assistance from an eyepatch.


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Up to now, Ferguson’s character has allied with Tom Cruise’s IMF agent Ethan Hunt to trace down threats, however maybe Mission: Unimaginable 7 will see issues flip in a unique route, with Faust betraying the IMF in favor of one thing unknown. (In any case, villains with eye patches are a staple of camp spy movies the world over.) Or maybe one thing extra tragic will happen — one thing by the hands of Esai Morales’ yet-to-be-named villain, possibly? Nobody can know for sure, however McQuarrie’s cryptic submit is bound to maintain us guessing.

Mission: Unimaginable 7, which has but to obtain a subtitle, additionally stars Ving Rhames and Simon Pegg (each returning as Hunt’s IMF colleagues Luther and Benji), in addition to Vanessa Kirby, Hayley Atwell, and Indira Varma. Will probably be the third Mission: Unimaginable movie to be directed by McQuarrie, who additionally continues his operating streak of writing his personal screenplays. The blockbuster is produced by McQuarrie, Cruise, J.J. Abrams, David Ellison, Jake Myers, Dana Goldber, and Don Granger.

Initially set to premiere in theaters on July 23, 2021, the movie will now open on Might 27, 2022, with a streaming launch on Paramount+ someday in July 2022. Take a look at McQuarrie’s submit under:

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