New Mission: Impossible — Fallout’ Trailer Is Big With Insane Stunts And Nuclear Weapons

New Mission Impossible -- Fallout

Published on May 17th, 2018

The trailer for Mission: Impossible — Fallout is out just a few months before Fallout hits theaters. Paramount Pictures released a new, full-length trailer for the film that not only shows off some fresh footage, but also takes a deeper dive into the story that sends Ethan Hunt on his latest impossible mission.

New Mission: Impossible -- Fallout

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Written and directed by Christopher McQuarrie, the film follows Ethan Hunt and his IMF team as they deal with the aftermath of a mission gone wrong.

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The stakes in Mission: Impossible – Fallout seem to be higher than ever with the threat of a nuclear attack looming over the world.

New Mission: Impossible -- Fallout

The new trailer shows off a bit more of the storyline and focuses on the sixth movie’s new villain who wants to cause a nuclear holocaust, and at one point in the trailer it appears that a nuke actually goes off near Ethan Hunt.

New Mission: Impossible -- Fallout

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The newest preview of the film, however, is all about big action scenes and stunts. In the new two-and-a-half minute trailer, Hunt gets into a bathroom brawl with Walker, jumps out a top-story window, crashes his motorcycle in Paris, dives out of a plane, falls off a cliff, and climbs up a rope between two helicopters before taking control of one, crashing, and getting stuck in the seat belt as another downed chopper comes barreling towards him. And that’s just the trailer. Check it out below.

New Mission: Impossible -- Fallout

Currently the 20th-highest-grossing franchise of all time worldwide, the Mission: Impossible series first hit the big screen in 1996 after making the leap from television.

New Mission: Impossible -- Fallout

That first film earned $180 million in U.S. theaters and $457 million worldwide — a hefty amount for that decade. That highly successful first film went on to spawn five sequels, with the most successful to date being 2000’s Mission: Impossible II in U.S. theaters ($215.4 million) and 2011’s Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol ($694.7 million) worldwide. Collectively, the franchise has grossed more than $2.7 billion. The most recent installment, 2015’s Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation, earned $195 million domestically and $682.7 million worldwide.

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