seventh and penultimate Mission: Impossible The movie brings the franchise full circle. After the first trailer revealed the return of former IMF director Eugene Kitteridge (Henry Czerny) from the original 1996 Brian De Palma film, Mission: Impossible, Writer-director Christopher McCurry has declassified another familiar face to join returning regulars Tom Cruise, Ving Rhames and Simon Pegg, who lead a cast that includes newcomers Hayley Atwell, Pom Klementieff, Shea Whigham, Cary Elwes and Esai Morales: Rolf Saxon as Analyst Former CIA William Dunlow.
Macquarie revealed Saxon’s role in the two-wheeler Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part 1 With a black and white photo posted on Instagram.
at first Mission: Impossiblethe Capital And Saving Private Ryan The actor played a CIA technician who is made ill so that Ethan Hunt (Cruise), Luther (Ramez), and Franz Krieger (Jean Reno) can infiltrate Langley’s headquarters and download the Mission Impossible Force’s unofficial cover list without touching the ground. Last we see Dunlow, he looks on anxiously as Kittredge orders his punishment: manning a radar tower in Alaska.
You can watch Saxon’s role in the iconic sequence below.
Macquarie – which was directed in 2015 Rogue nation and 2018 He falls – brought together an ensemble cast that also includes Rob Delaney, Indira Varma, Mark Gatiss, Charles Parnell, Greg Davis, Marcin Dorochinski, Lambros Calfontzos, Mariella Garriga, and Antonio Bostorff in undisclosed roles. Rebecca Ferguson and Vanessa Kirby also reprise their roles as former MI6 agent Ailsa Faust and black market arms dealer Alanna “White Widow” Metsoupolis, respectively.
“A lot of things have come out of Ethan’s past,” said McQuarrie. Empire magazine. “Dead reckoning” is a navigational term. I mean, you choose a course based solely on your last known position, and that becomes a metaphor for not just Ethan, but many of the characters. “
McQuarrie continued: “The first thing we knew was that if it was going to be a big two-part adventure, it had to be epic. It had to be the installment that swallowed the rest of the franchise whole. There’s no other way to do it.”
Paramount Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part 1 Hits theaters July 14, with Dead reckoning part two It is scheduled to follow on June 28, 2024.