Apparently the news for the fans of Mission Impossible series is not good, but also a symbol of flourishing popularity of Tom Cruise. As the last film Mission Impossible – Rogue Nation, earned $682 million box office collection worldwide after all on the box office. The film was released in as many as more than 10 languages around the globe.
According to the latest update by The Hollywood Reporter says that pre-production talks on Mission Impossible 6 has been shut down due to a dispute over the total salary between Tom Cruise and Paramount Pictures. On one side, Tom Cruise is one of the most popular actor around the world. On the other side, Paramount Pictures is considering their profit talks before getting into any agreement.
Christopher McQuarrie has directed and written Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation and advancing to work on Impossible 6 too. According to the initial reports, the shooting was expected to begun at the end of this year, or after the new year’s eve
According to The Hollywood Reporter, “one of the contentious points is Cruise’s back-end profit participation, with the actor looking to match or exceed what he is getting paid by Universal for starring in The Mummy… Mummy is a pivotal movie for Universal, which is looking to launch a cinematic franchise and has hinged plenty on Cruise’s star power.”
The agreements seems not to be working quite clearly among the producers and stars. The last part of the series worked well on box office but highly criticised by movie critics for wicked story and direction.
As far its the 2nd time such event arrived in media knowledge. Earlier in July, the shooting was delayed from November to January because of serious issues with the script. Film can release after 2017 mid as responded by officials of Impossible 6.