Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation Trailer

Mar 24, 2015

Category: Entertainment

He’s 52 years old, but somehow Tom Cruise is only getting more reckless as he gets older. Remember how he scaled Burj Khalifa, the tallest man-made structure in the world for Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol? Well, what do you think can top that? Answer: hanging onto the side of a plane.

The trailer for Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation (in theaters July 31) has punches, kicks, shooting, car wrecks, Alec Baldwin, and a Fugees track in the background, but there’s one moment that’s worth the price of admission: Ethan Hunt trying to hang onto a plane on takeoff. And yes, just like he did in Ghost Protocol, this stunt is legit… no digital trickery here at all. The film also features Jeremy Renner, Ving Rhames, and Simon Pegg, and is directed by Christopher McQuarrie.

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