After making her debut, and marrying Tom Cruise‘s Ethan Hunt in Mission Impossible III, Michelle Monaghan‘s Julia Meade made a brief appearance at the end of Ghost Protocol but sat out Rogue Nation. Now, for the sixth instalment, she’ll be back with hopefully more of a role.
Writer/director Christopher McQuarrie and Cruise have been hard at work on the new film, currently known as M:I-6. While the plot has yet to be revealed (we tried breaking into the storage facility, but our rope snapped), it’ll see Hunt back in action alongside Rebecca Ferguson‘s Ilsa Faust, Simon Pegg‘s Benji Dunn, Ving Rhames‘ Luther Stickell and Alec Baldwin‘s Alan Hunley. New faces this time include Henry Cavill, Sian Brooke, Angela Bassett and Vanessa Kirby, with Sean Harris returning as villain Solomon Lane, this time securely (for how long?) imprisoned by the heroes.
Monaghan shared the news of her return on twitter, while McQuarrie posted the same image to Instagram.
Tom was spotted landing in Queenstown, New Zealand via helicopter to continue filming ‘Mission Impossible 6’ on June 12th.
The movie opened to $18.7 million on Friday — the biggest first day for a Cruise movie in China.
“The Mummy” generated $20.5 million from more than 33 international markets that opened on Wednesday and Thursday. It debuted in Russia to $1.6 million and a 62% market share on Thursday for the biggest Cruise opening day ever.
It launched in Brazil with $526,000 on Thursday — also the biggest Cruise debut day in that market.
With a $125 million budget, “The Mummy” will need to perform strongly overseas to see a profit. It’s launching in 63 international markets this weekend and already saw a record opening in Korea on Monday.
“The Mummy” is expected to take in $35 million to $40 million at 4,034 North America locations in its opening weekend.
“The Mummy” launches Universal’s “Dark Universe” franchise. The studio earned $1.2 billion worldwide from its last three Mummy films from 1999, 2001, and 2008.
Tom, Annabelle Wallis and Sofia Boutella were at Spanish TV Show ‘El Hormiguero’ yersterday for the promotion of ‘The Mummy’.
We’ve added pics of Tom at ‘The Late Late Show with James Corden’ yesterday.
Tom was at The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on June 6th and they read scenes written by little kids based on the title “The Mummy. It was very funnny! Enjoy some videos above and pics in our gallery.
Tom, the director and cast for ‘The Mummy’ attended yeterday the fan event for the film in New York. We’ve added tons of HQ’s.