Ghost Protocol Trailer

June 30, 2011 by Post Team 

Ghost Protocol TrailerGhost Protocol Trailer, The fourth film Mission: Impossible franchise starring Tom Cruise is the end of this year, and co-stars Jeremy Renner, Ving Rames and Simon Pegg. Husband of Katie Holmes once again the role of Ethan Hunt, international spy / superhero for the upcoming fourth Mission: Impossible franchise. And with a name like “Ghost Protocol”, you know things are about to go crazy.

The film reteams Tom Cruise and JJ Abrams who both acted, as producers in the last film in the series and the upcoming movie seem to be sticking to the feel of the third. The first film was a spy thriller, with tense scenes and the occasional narrow escape. The second movie Tom Cruise was making a superhero impersonation, as he lit a cigarette in the eye of physics while turning a motorcycle front wheel and step firing dozens of bad guys with the perfect target. The third fell somewhere in between.

Directed by Brad Bird (Ratatouille, The Incredibles) in his first live action film, Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol takes place after a bomb destroys the Kremlin. Ethan Hunt and his team are to blame for the bombings and officially repudiated as part of a secret plan to find the real terrorists. Along the way, the cars will be crushed, partially destroyed cities, and hair Cruise flutter majestically while swinging between buildings.

The film also stars Academy Award nominee Jeremy Renner as Brandt, IMF agent who knows more about hunting than be seen. Early rumors had Renner elected as successor to the franchise if Cruise did not choose to accept the next mission. Of course, Abrams likes to play the odd game of misinformation, so it could have been one of the plants.

Ving Rames Simon Pegg and return as well, and are joined by Josh Holloway, Tom Wilkinson and Anil Kapoor. Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol will be released on December 16.

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