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New Mission: Impossible Gets Slightly Pushed Back!

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Well, this is certainly an inneresting switch-up!

Although Tom Cruise's latest Mission: Impossible film, Ghost Protocol, was originally scheduled to drop December 16th, Paramount has reportedly pushed its release back five days, to December 21st - the same day as The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo!

Originally, it was supposed to go head to head with the Sherlock Holmes sequel on the 16th, but we imagine the studio bigwigs don't want to risk competition with another PG-13 action movie, so are instead choosing to pit it against the much more adult-themed, R-rated Fincher flick!

Fair enough!

Personally, we're psyched for all three!

Looking forward to seeing how they all do!

What do U think?? For which of these are U most excited?

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4 comments to “New Mission: Impossible Gets Slightly Pushed Back!”



  1. 1

    The preview looked awful. Like it was nothing but a compilation of the highlights from the last 43 of this tired franchise. They need to start fresh or shelve it for a while.



  2. 2

    I'll see Craig and Downey but not pay one penny to the Cult of scientology and it's cult shilling little bum boy!



  3. 3

    I have seen the movie already. If you have seen any of The MI films you have seen them all. They never change. Cruise runs and explosions. I won't pay money to see it. I Didn't care for the fact that Cruise and his ego were the largest things in the trailer either. However, he produced the film and can do what he wishes.



  4. 4

    These "Battles For The Weekend Win" have destroyed Hollywood and movie enjoyment. It used to be, oh say before "Star Wars" ("Jaws" actually was the first film to go into wide distribution) that a film had time to build an audience. Word of mouth, etc. Now if it doesn't rake in gthe right amount of millions in three short days then it's a flop. Absolute shit, in my opinion. How many film folks here remember that "The Wizard of Oz" was not a box office winner in it's initial release but gained it's fame over the years and eventually became a TV staple? And "It's a Wonderful Life" didn't do so wonderfully at first.