Paramount had its presentation at CinemaCon today, and while we're still more than a year away from Mission: Impossible 6, the studio hyped up the July 2018 release and Henry's addition to the cast.
They just announced Henry Cavill joining the Mission: Impossible 6 team.— Eric Vespe (@EricVespe) March 29, 2017
Paramount just confirmed Henry Cavill alongside Tom Cruise for Mission Impossible 6. #CinemaCon2017— Lauren Cox (@Iaurencox) March 29, 2017
It's been a couple of weeks since we learned the big casting news in the coolest way, and here's what came out of Las Vegas..
"Mission: Impossible 6" filming begins April 8 with shooting in London and India #CinemaCon2017— Dave McNary (@Variety_DMcNary) March 29, 2017
We had heard filming was set to begin on the 10th, so that's a bit of a shift on the schedule. India was also added to the list of locations. And we got confirmation on additional casting.
Mission: Impossible 6 starts filming April. Locations London, India, Paris & NZ. Rogue Nation baddie Sean Harris also back.— Jim Vejvoda (@JimVejvoda) March 29, 2017
Just saw news from #Cinemcon that Alec Baldwin will be back for Mission: Impossible 6. They’ll actually have the same boss for two movies!— Eric Goldman (@TheEricGoldman) March 29, 2017
Many wondered why Jeremy Renner was not mentioned, and Showbiz 411 claims to have the answer (thanks @Rafferty_Rulz).
Exclusive: #JeremyRenner NOT in "Mission Impossible 6," Said to be Too Busy with #Avengers https://t.co/qimuZewjPb via @showbiz411— Showbiz 411 (@showbiz411) March 29, 2017
Finally, there was confirmation you'll be able to see all those awesome stunts up close and personal.
Paramount just announced Mission Impossible 6 is filming with @IMAX 3D cameras.— Steven Weintraub (@colliderfrosty) March 29, 2017
There is no word on when Henry will be joining the Mission: Impossible 6 production, but we'll be following the latest developments. Tomorrow should be another big day at CinemaCon, with Warner Bros. set to present its 2017 slate.. Justice League!