One of the highest profile projects that was expected to be one of the biggest movies of the summer is Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part Onewhich, to the surprise of many, was overshadowed by the premieres of Barbie y Oppenheimerwhich occurred a week after its launch at the event dubbed the “Barbenheimer”.
Twenty days after the release of Mission: Impossible – Deadly Judgment Part Onefrom the writer and director Christopher McQuarrieand the protagonist and producer Tom Cruiseand the movie surpassed $400 million in the global box officeemerging as a failure for a production of this size, which belongs to a blockbuster action franchise, which also had the backing of a large studio such as Paramount Pictureswho supported the film with a good marketing campaign, the power of a star like Cruise.
The most recent installment of the action saga had good reviews, however, its unexpected drop at the box office was influenced by the great phenomenon of Barbenheimer.
In the United States is shown in 4,327 theaters. The daily domestic box office is $139.1 million dollars, plus another $309.3 million dollars from the international, for a global total of $448.4 million dollars at the moment.
He The film’s budget was $291 million.something that makes it even more difficult for it to be profitable for the studio and others involved.
Part Two will be released in theaters in June 2024.
The plot sees Ethan Hunt (Cruise) in a lot of trouble as he embarks on a new mission with dire consequences.
“In Mission: Impossible – Deadly Judgment Part One Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) and the IMF team embark on the most dangerous mission of all: to track down a terrifying new weapon that threatens all of humanity and prevent it from falling into the wrong hands. With control of the future and the fate of the world at stake, and the dark forces of Ethan’s past closing in, he begins a deadly race around the world. Faced with a mysterious and all-powerful enemy, Ethan is forced to consider that Nothing can matter more than your mission, not even the lives of your loved ones.”