Actress Angela Bassett to return in ‘Mission: Impossible 7’

Another character is now returning to Mission: Impossible 7. Actress Angela Bassett will reprise her role in the next installment.

According to Comicbook, the actress is among those cast members coming back in Mission: Impossible 7. The movie’s shooting is currently going on in Venice.

Other actors like Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames, and Henry Czerny are already in the next part. 2018’s Fallout was a huge blockbuster while receiving critical acclaim as well. It was also called the best action film of all time by several film experts.

Actress Angela interviewed recently and said that she’s in the seventh part, as CIA Director Erika Sloane.

“The real conversation is when, I think they’ve begun filming, or that was the plan, but you know in these trying times, the best-laid plans of mice and men sometimes go awry,” she said.

“But I do have the pages; we’ll just see when I get the ticket to fly and go do my part, but that’s coming up, and I’m really excited about it.”

Mission: Impossible 7 plot and release details

Actor Tom Cruise is working very hard for this upcoming next part of the hit franchise. His dedication is well-known when it comes to giving a hundred percent to his roles. And this time, it’s nothing different.

Recently, Cruise was spotted filming in Venice for the action scenes of MI 7.

There are other key cast members also returning to the next installment. Rebecca Ferguson and Vanessa Kirby will reprise their characters once again. The new cast includes Hayley Atwell, Pom Klementieff, Shea Whigham, and Esai Morales in negative shades.

And of course, Tom Cruise will be back as Ethan Hunt, the IMF agent who always saves the world from dangerous threats. The plot information is still not officially out.

Mission: Impossible 7 will release next year on Nov. 19th. It’s delayed by four months due to the pandemic effect.

COVID-19 delaying big productions

The year 2020 has witnessed serious difficulties for many companies with highly-awaited releases. Films like No Time To Die, Wonder Woman 1984, The Batman, Dune, and Black Widow have been postponed to 2021.

Apart from this, the projects still under production faced a huge pause due to COVID-19. A lot of time went without any shooting or filmmaking.

Mission: Impossible 7 faced similar situations as well when several crew members tested positive for the virus. And it forced the makers to change next year’s release date and move it to November. But now that the shooting has resumed, it seems like the project will complete sooner. Fans of this great franchise are waiting to watch Tom Cruise again in his next mission.

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