Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol felt like a mini-reboot for the franchise as it came off more like a team movie rather than Ethan Hunt and Friends. Oddly, it was a team movie missing Hunt’s long-running teammate, Luther Stickell, who was played by Ving Rhames, although he did have a cameo at the end.
Thankfully, it looks like Luther is back in the IMF as Mission: Impossible 5 director Christopher McQuarrie has tweeted “Welcome Back, Mr. Rhames” and then CC’ing the Twitter handles for co-stars Tom Cruise, Simon Pegg, and Jeremy Renner. While I’m a little bummed that Paula Patton isn’t returning, I’m glad Rhames is back in the mix. As we previously reported, Alec Baldwin and Rebecca Ferguson may also join the picture. Mission: Impossible 5 opens December 25, 2015.
Say ‘goodbye’ to Cameron Crowe’s latest film and possibly his career.
It’s not “The Rock vs. The Earthquake”; It’s “Dwayne Johnson and an Earthquake”, and that’s good enough despite a selfish “hero”.
We've not only lost an icon, but an entire artform is in danger of becoming extinct.
Plus his thoughts on High School movies, his first cut, and doing the film independently.
Big bullets, big explosions and ... Ted.
Things might be getting significantly more violent in the eighth installment of the immensely popular franchise.
Plus he talks about his first TV crush, his hidden talents, the worst job he’s ever had, and more.
"United States government just asked us to save the world. Anybody wanna say no?" Based on what typically goes down in natural disaster movies, you probably should.
Cobie Smulders and Kevin Corrigan also star in this odd riff on the romantic comedy genre comes from 'Computer Chess' director Andrew Bujalski.
You don't hire the best performance-capture actor to *not* play a CG character.