“Mission Impossible 7”: Rebecca Ferguson posts photo with Tom Cruise; To verify!

Production of ‘Mission Impossible 7’ began over a year ago, but was halted in June due to another positive test for coronavirus within the tech team.

However, it looks like the recordings have already returned to the tracks after the break, as revealed by Rebecca Ferguson.

On her Instagram profile, the interpreter of Ilsa Faust shared an image alongside Tom Cruise and revealed that she has already recorded all of her scenes for the sequel.

“I have finished my recordings on ‘MI7’! Thank you to my wonderfully talented and tolerant team. photo taken by @christophermcquarrie during breaks.

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In addition to Ferguson and Cruise, the cast of the new film features the return of Simon Pegg and Ving Rhames, Vanessa Kirby and Angela Bassett.

The sequel also marks the debut of Marvel stars Pom Klementieff and Hayley Atwell in the franchise.

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It was recently announced that Rob Delaney (‘Deadpool 2’), Charles Parnell (‘Top Gun: Maverick’), Indira Varma (‘Game of Thrones’), Mark Gatiss (‘ Sherlock ‘) and Cary Elwes (‘ Stranger Things ‘) joined the cast.

Recalling that Paramount Pictures has announced that it will no longer shoot “Mission: Impossible 7” and “Mission: Impossible 8” simultaneously.

The studio also announced that “Mission: Impossible 7” has been postponed from November 18, 2021 to May 26, 2022.

“Mission: Impossible 8” has been postponed from November 3, 2022 to July 6, 2023.

Check out the changes to the studio schedule:


– JACKASS 4 – 21 October 2021
– TOP GUN: MAVERICK – November 18, 2021
– MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE May 7 – 26, 2022
– BEE GEES (UNTITLED) – November 3, 2022
– DUNGEONS & DRAGONS – March 2, 2023
– STAR TREK (UNTITLED) – June 8, 2023
– MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE July 8 – 6, 2023
– TREEHORN COOLING – November 9, 2023

Writer and director Christopher McQuarrie intended to release the films in 2021 and 2022 – but the delay in filming meant that this possibility was ruled out and the films were postponed for a year, to 2022 and 2023.

The productions will not be filmed simultaneously as star Tom Cruise will now have to leave on his worldwide promotional tour for the premiere of “Top Gun: Maverick”, which has also been postponed from July 2, 2021 to November 19, 2021.

Production for ‘Mission: Impossible 8’ will begin shortly after Cruise completes promotional duties for ‘Maverick’.

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