Actor Nicholas Hoult has fallen from this next installment of Mission: Impossible movie franchise because of scheduling conflicts. Hoult, who had been set to depict the protagonist in Tom Cruise’s much-awaited Mission: Impossible 7, was substituted by actor Esai Morales.
Mission: Impossible 7, which also marks the return of Hollywood superstar Cruise as Ethan Hunt, has been taken in Venice when the shutdown directive was issued on account of this coronavirus pandemic.
Although it’s uncertain when filming will restart, the delay could involve Hoult in conflict with a previous commitment to take at the next season of the humor web collection, The Great. It was due to the overlap that he needed to depart the movie.
Paramount Pictures recently pushed back the launch of this installment, which will release on November 19, 2021. The eighth movie has also been postponed and will hit on the big screen on November 4, 2022.
Christopher McQuarrie is on board to write and direct both the movies, which is taken back-to-back.
Celebrities Ving Rhames, Henry Czerny, Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson, and Vanessa Kirby are coming for Mission: Impossible 7.