Director Talks MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - FALLOUT Title Logic; Trailer Dropping at Super Bowl

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Tom Cruise has officially joined the social media ranks of Instagram and promptly announced that the upcoming film will officially be called Mission: Impossible - Fallout.

Cruise also posted a second photo of himself performing a stunt from the movie which involved the 55-year-old hanging off the side of a helicopter. In the first look of the film, Cruise could be seen almost falling off from a helicopter in his classic all black attire.

A few months ago, while filming a rooftop chase in London, the action icon broke his ankle during filming.

As previously reported, the injury caused the entire production to come to a halt. "I knew it was broken and I just said 'Ugh, ' and I ran past the camera". "I knew instantly it was broken".

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Though online commenters viewing previously released footage of the injury have noted that it was unusual Cruise broke his foot while jumping into a building wall, rather than his jaw, Cruise said that hitting the wall was part of the stunt.

Again, take a look at that ankle. But rather than going down the generic route of Mission: Impossible - Dangerous Interrogation or Mission: Impossible - Thunder Dossier, McQuarrie realised it was time to break from a (relatively recent) tradition of two-word subtitles.

"The title has multiple meanings in the film, from the literal to the figurative", explains McQuarrie. There's the notion that what's happened in the movie is the end result of choices that Ethan Hunt has made in his life. It's Ethan's past come back to haunt him. "It's the fallout of all his good intentions", he told Empire.

No doubt this photo is merely a meager tease of the insanity that the sequel, which co-stars Rebecca Ferguson, Ving Rhames, Simon Pegg, Michelle Monaghan, Alec Baldwin, Sean Harris, Angela Bassett, and a famously mustached Henry Cavill, has in store for audiences. Despite the several-month delay in the filming, Paramout Pictures still sets July 27, 2018 as a USA release date for the movie.