The first images of Josh Holloway on the set of director Brad Bird’s Mission Impossible IV have hit the net. While I would love to point out the cool costume he’s wearing, or talk about him running down a street with an awesome gun, the first images feature Holloway standing around on set. However, with this being the first thing Holloway has worked on since Lost wrapped, I figured they were worth checking out.
While many have soured on Tom Cruise, I’m really looking forward to MI4. It’s because of one person: Brad Bird. As the director of The Iron Giant, The Incredibles, and Ratatouille, Bird is nothing short of a genius. I’m extremely excited to see his first live action project. Also, he’s assembled an all star cast featuring Jeremy Renner, Simon Pegg, Anil Kapoor, Halloway, Ving Rhames, Lea Seydoux and Vladimir Mashkov. He also landed Michael Giacchino to do the score. So, yeah, I’m excited for this one. Hit the jump for the images:
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