'Mission: Impossible 5' titled as 'Rogue Nation'
Hollywood superstar Tom Cruise-starrer "Mission: Impossible 5" has been officially named as "Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation".
Los Angeles: Hollywood superstar Tom Cruise-starrer "Mission: Impossible 5" has been officially named as "Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation".
Paramount Studios has announced that the new title shares a key word with Lucasfilm and Disney's "Star Wars" spin-off, "Rogue One", said the Hollywood Reporter.
"Rogue Nation" will open more than three years after "Mission: Impossible ? Ghost Protocol" grossed nearly USD 695 million worldwide.
Jeremy Renner and Simon Pegg reprise their roles in the new film alongside Cruise, while Rebecca Ferguson joins the series.
The plot, kept under wraps until now, follows Hunt and his team as they take on a highly-skilled rogue syndicate intent on destroying them, setting off a global chase.
The fifth "Mission: Impossible" was originally slated to debut in December 2015, but Paramount moved the release forward by five months, from Christmas to July 31, 2015.