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Christopher McQuarrie says no to DC for the sequel to Mission: Impossible

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Published on Jan 16, 2019

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Mission: Impossible – the Fallout, the seventh film in the series, has obtained an incredible success on both the critics and the fans, becoming one of film's most successful franchise. The merit was attributed especially to the director Christopher McQuarrie, right on the heels of the success of the film would have been contacted by Warner Bros. for future projects with DC Comics.

According to what reported by The Hollywood Reporter, however, McQuarrie would have declined the offer of Warner Bros., and with it the chance to work on cinecomics (at least for the moment, therefore, blurs the hypothesis to see him directing Henry Cavill as Superman) to focus on the sequel to Mission: Impossible, for which he has already signed both as director and as screenwriter.

The release date of the upcoming movie, filmed with a formula very similar to that of Avengers: Infinity War, and Endgame, has been set for the summer of 2021 and 2022.

 

 

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