Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation (2015)

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Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation
Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation

Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation is a 2015 American action spy film written and directed by Christopher McQuarrie. It is the fifth installment in the Mission: Impossible series and was preceded by Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol (2011). It stars Tom Cruise, who reprises his role as IMF Agent Ethan Hunt. It is produced by Cruise, J. J. Abrams, and David Ellison of Skydance Productions.

Filming began on August 21, 2014, in Vienna, Austria, and concluded on March 12, 2015. The film is scheduled to be released in North America by Paramount Pictures on July 31, 2015.


After intercepting nerve gas being sold to terrorists, Impossible Missions Force agent Ethan Hunt is convinced he can prove the existence of the Syndicate, an international criminal consortium. Reporting to an IMF substation to receive his next orders, Hunt is captured by the Syndicate, but escapes a torture chamber with the help of disavowed British agent Ilsa Faust, a Syndicate operative who offers no explanation for her actions. With their existence confirmed, Hunt follows his only lead: a blond man in glasses, later identified as Solomon Lane.

CIA director Alan Hunley and IMF agent William Brandt appear before a Senate oversight committee to justify the IMF's continued existence in the face of their recklessness. Hunley demands it be disbanded and absorbed into the CIA. With Brandt unable to reveal operational details without permission from the cabinet Secretary overseeing the IMF, the committee sides with Hunley, whose calls for Hunt's capture.

Six months later, Hunt leads a CIA team to an empty safehouse as a means of passing information on the Syndicate to his friend, intelligence analyst Benji Dunn. Suspicious of Hunley's actions and believing he will kill Hunt at the first opportunity, Brandt recruits former agent Luther Stickell to find Hunt, using a likeness of Ilsa from the safehouse. Hunt arranges for Dunn to attend the opera Turandot in Vienna, recruiting him for a covert mission to locate Lane. Realizing the Syndicate plans to assassinate the Chancellor of Austria there, Hunt intervenes by wounding him first to have him taken away. Escaping with Ilsa, one of the intended shooters, he sees the Chancellor nonetheless killed by a car bomb.

Ilsa, Hunt and Dunn locate a file hidden by a Syndicate traitor on a high-security server used to regulate a Moroccan power station. Believing it to be a ledger containing the names of all Syndicate agents, the trio secure it before Ilsa betrays Hunt and Dunn. She returns to London, and passes the file to her handler, Attlee. Attlee compels Ilsa to return to the Syndicate and prove her loyalty to its leader, Lane. Regrouping with Brandt and Stickell, Hunt and Dunn follow Ilsa to London. When Lane's men abduct Dunn and Ilsa, Hunt realizes that Lane will always have a plan to acquire the files, and the only sure way to stop him is to force a confrontation. He agrees to Lane's ultimatum to abduct the British Prime Minister and use his voice print to unlock the file.

Brandt contacts Hunley and reveals their location. At a charity auction, the two to try and prevent Hunt from attacking the Prime Minister, whom they and Attlee take to a secure room. Hunt, having posed as Attlee, reveals himself and has the Prime Minister confirm the existence of the Syndicate: a classified project that sought to recruit disavowed foreign operatives to carry out clandestine missions, an initiative the Prime Minister rejected as too extreme. When the real Attlee arrives, Hunt subdues him, and he admits Lane hijacked the project and went rogue, and that Atlee has been covering up its existence ever since.

Stickell discovers the file is not a ledger of agents, but contains the location and access codes for billions of dollars in untraceable funds that Lane has been desperate to get to expand the Syndicate's operations. Hunt memorizes the data and destroys the file to force Lane to release Dunn and Ilsa in exchange for what he knows. He lures Lane into the open and into a trap. Imprisoned in a bulletproof cell, he is gassed and taken into custody.

Some time later, Hunley and Brandt return to the oversight committee to reinstate the IMF. Hunley says their original meeting gave him a pretext to let Hunt's team infiltrate the CIA and take down the Syndicate without arousing suspicion. The committee is skeptical, but agrees to reinstate the IMF. Outside, Brandt addresses Hunley as "Mr. Secretary", revealing the ruse.

  •     Tom Cruise as Ethan Hunt
  •     Jeremy Renner as William Brandt
  •     Simon Pegg as Benji Dunn
  •     Rebecca Ferguson as Ilsa Faust
  •     Ving Rhames as Luther Stickell
  •     Sean Harris as Solomon Lane[3]
  •     Alec Baldwin as Alan Hunley[4]
  •     Simon McBurney as Attlee
  •     Zhang Jingchu as Lauren
  •     Jens Hultén as Janik "Bone Doctor" Vinter
  •     Tom Hollander as the Prime Minister


Paramount Pictures announced in August 2013 that Christopher McQuarrie would direct the fifth Mission: Impossible film, from a script by Drew Pearce, with Tom Cruise reprising his role as Ethan Hunt. Tom Cruise Productions and Bad Robot would produce, and "Skydance Productions, who served as co-financers and executive producers of the last installment, will work closely with the team in the development and production process." On November 14, 2013, Paramount announced a release date of December 25, 2015. The same month, Simon Pegg confirmed he would reprise his role as Benji. In May 2014, Will Staples replaced Pearce as screenwriter. Also that month, Jeremy Renner confirmed he was returning in the role of William Brandt, and Cruise said the film would shoot in London, with a later report saying it would first shoot in Vienna in August. At some point, McQuarrie replaced Staples as screenwriter; the final credits list McQuarrie as screenwriter, with story by Pearce.

In July 2014, Rebecca Ferguson was cast and Alec Baldwin was in talks for the fifth film. Baldwin was confirmed to have joined the cast in August 2014, and Ving Rhames was confirmed to be reprising his role of Luther Stickell. On September 5, it was announced that Sean Harris was in negotiations for the villain role. On October 2, Simon McBurney joined the cast of the film. On October 6, Chinese actress Zhang Jingchu joined the film's cast for a major role. On March 22, 2015, Paramount revealed the film's official title Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, along with a teaser poster and trailer.Filming

Principal photography began in August 2014. On August 21, the production released its first photos from the set in Vienna, Austria. On August 22, actors Cruise and Pegg along with director Christopher McQuarrie were spotted at Vienna's Metro. Later on in the day, Cruise and Ferguson were also spotted during the filming of some stunt (jumping) scenes from the roof-top of Vienna State Opera. On August 26, actors were again spotted filming scenes in Vienna. After finishing the one and a half week filming in Austria, on August 30, actor Cruise arrived in Rabat, Morocco for the filming of remaining scenes. Here the Marrakesh Highway was closed for 14 days (August 30-September 12). Other filming locations in Morocco include Agadir and Rabat. On September 2, Cruise was spotted racing a 2015 BMW M3 Sedan in Derb sultane, Casablanca. On September 8 and 9, filming took place in The Marrakesh Stadium, which was closed both days for filming purposes. On September 26, Cruise was filming scenes doing his own stunts in a BMW car in Kasbah of the Udayas in capital city Rabat.

After more than a month of shooting in Austria and Morocco, filming moved to London on September 28. On October 7, a trailer was seen carrying damaged BMW M3s from the set after filming in Morocco. On October 10, Cruise and his stuntman Wade Eastwood were spotted during filming some scenes in Monaco, lead actress Ferguson also spotted. Filming of an action scene featuring Ethan Hunt climbing and fighting on the outside of a flying Airbus A400M Atlas took place at RAF Wittering in the United Kingdom. Tom Cruise performed the sequence, at times suspended on the aircraft 5000 feet in the air, without the use of a stunt double. On November 9, filming began on Southampton Water, while the crews were spotted arriving at Fawley Power Station before filming started. On December 2, 2014, Cruise was almost hit by a double-decker bus while filming a scene in London. However, the bus missed him and he suffered no injuries Tom Cruise trained under diving specialist Kirk Krack to be able to hold his breath for six minutes to perform an underwater sequence which was filmed in a single long take without any edits.

On February 20, 2015, The Hollywood Reporter said filming was halted to give McQuarrie, Cruise, and an unknown third person time to rework the movie's ending. Filming ended on March 12, 2015.


The musical score for Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation was composed by Joe Kraemer, who previously collaborated with director McQuarrie on The Way of the Gun and Jack Reacher. Kraemer was announced as the composer for the film in September 2014. The physical soundtrack will be available from La-La Land Records on July 28, 2015, with the digital album released from Paramount Music! on the same day.

As well as incorporating Lalo Schifrin's thematic material from the television series throughout the score, three tracks ("Escape to Danger," "A Matter of Going" and "Finale and Curtain Call") interpolate Nessun Dorma.

Source : Wikipedia.org

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