Henry's CIA agent August Walker, is ready to introduce himself to the IMF team in this new TV spot that also highlights the mysterious "White Widow," played by Vanessa Kirby. And this clip below is FULL of awesome... we could only screencap it for you when it showed up on our feed as an Instagram sponsored post (no link to share). It's the first time we see Henry's character, interacting with Rebecca Ferguson's Ilsa Faust. Responding to Ethan Hunt, Walker says "hope is not a strategy..." to which Ilsa replies, "You must be new." The new clip also shows Walker taking a beating at the hands of stuntman Liang Yang, before things turn around. We'll post the new spot as soon as it's released online.
UPDATE: Found it! -- WATCH IT HERE.
All images: Paramount Pictures
In the meantime, director Chris McQuarrie says the film is ready to go in his latest Instagram update...
Paris, I can't wait to celebrate your city with you on July 12th for the Global Premiere of #MissionImpossible. pic.twitter.com/MYtpFtwF5A— Tom Cruise (@TomCruise) July 3, 2018
Paris, that beautiful, totally unique city of one of kind elegance and charm. It's maze of narrow alleyways and broad avenues providing an early summer of discovery and wonder. It has lent such beauty to our film and will always live in my heart as a special place. Tom and I however, decided to drive a very large truck down one of said narrow alleyways. We discovered that it didn't fit....and wondered if anyone would notice. The good news though, is that they are allowing us back so we can celebrate our world premiere event there on July 12th! I can't wait to return and, this time, avoid joy rides with Mr Cruise. #MissionImpossible @MissionImpossible
As the cast gets ready to fly to Paris for the world premiere of Mission: Impossible Fallout on May 12 (you can watch it live on youtube.com/uberworldwide), New York's JFK Airport has an impressive promo setup for the film. It's massive!
After Paris, there will be a red carpet event in London on July 13, followed by a premiere in Seoul on July 16 and then Japan on July 18. There will also be a press conference in Japan... more details to come.
【#エージェント より来日決定の通達🎉】— 『ミッション:インポッシブル』公式 (@MImovie_jp) July 3, 2018
As for South Korea, you can read Yune's update about a contest to attend the premiere screening there. Good luck!
Chinese fans, this message is for you...
More for British fans...
Listen to our friend Henry, and book your tickets NOW for #MissionImpossible Fallout 👊 In Cinemas July 25th https://t.co/zQ6BnzKzsX pic.twitter.com/GepsaFNTJf— Empire Cinemas (@EmpireCinemas) July 5, 2018
Lastly, several magazines are featuring Mission: Impossible Fallout ahead of its July 27th release.
Make sure you check in with us for everything from the press tour that begins VERY SOON.