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Mission Impossible trailer: Tom Cruise dies in an orgy of action

Hold your heart and take a deep breath. Our favourite spy (ok, second favourite after a certain 007) Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) will die in Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation. Jumping into 70,000 gallons of pressurised water without any oxygen is bound to do that to you.

hollywood Updated: Jun 04, 2015 19:25 IST
Jyoti Sharma Bawa
Jyoti Sharma Bawa
Hindustan Times
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Hold your heart and take a deep breath. Our favourite spy (ok, second favourite after a certain 007) Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) will die in Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation. Jumping into 70,000 gallons of pressurised water without any oxygen is bound to do that to you.



The Impossible Mission Force (or IMF) agent is again playing with fire (or water if you please) and it seems he just went a tad too far this time. If the first trailer of

Mission Impossible 5

saw the star hanging on to the side of a plane as it took off, this one has Tom Cruise doing some serious underwater shooting and paying with his life.





That's till he pops up again and shocks us as well as his sidekick/comic relief Benji Dunn (Simon Pegg).

Cruise

then goes on to drive a car roughshod over a staircase and streets. If you think the action part of the trailer is over, you are wrong. Cruise is then tortured by gun-toting bad guys, races for his life on a motorcycle and gets chased by CIA as well as the bad guys (the titular Rogue Nation). Oh, we see the airplane sequence again.



Meanwhile, the new entrant to the franchise, Alec Baldwin, has ensured that IMF has been put out of business and that has really pissed off IMF boss Jeremy Renner. As the organisation gets ready to fight for survival, you can be assured of a ton of action.



The film also stars and Rebecca Ferguson, Sean Harris, Ving Rhames and Zhang Jingchu.



The Mission Impossible series began in 1996, in which Brian de Palma directed the original film as a big screen adaptation from the 1960s and 1970s television series. The fifth film of the franchise, directed by Christopher McQuarrie, seems to be the bravest and the best outing in terms of stunts. Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation releases on July 31.