Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Mission: Impossible IV Dead?

Deadline is reporting that the J.J. Abrams produced sequel Mission: Impossible IV may be killed by Paramount. The reason for the sudden turnaround is the "lackluster tracking" for Tom Cruise's current film "Night and Day" that was produced by 20th Century Fox. It seems that Paramount believes that if this spy film fails, then the $150 million MI4 is also doomed to fail so why spend the money needlessly. This is despite pay concessions from Cruise, a risk-sharing partner and desire to keep Abrams through his production company Bad Robot. Basically, if you are a Mission: Impossible fans, this weekend’s box office will likely make or break the chances of the film getting made.

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