The plot for "Mission Impossible 5" is quite basic; IMF has been disbanded, leaving Ethan Hunt aka Tom Cruise running an impossible mission to taking down some anti-IMF super terrorists all by himself. Ilsa Faust (Rebecca Ferguson), who is just the right amount of beautiful to be double agent, waltzes in – more technically, kicks her way in – saving Ethan from potential death traps from time to time.
Negotiation for Higher PayThe report states that Paramount is negotiating for lower fees with lead actor, Tom Cruise, director Christopher McQuarrie, Bad Robot Studios, and Skydance Pictures.However, action star Tom Cruise is asking Paramount to provide him an offer higher than the one given to him by Universal Studios for taking the lead role in 'The Mummy' reboot, which is set to launch next summer.Paramount haggled back reasoning that they are only willing to pay Cruise equal to the salary he received in Mission Impossible 5: Rogue Nation.The conflict happened while pre-production work for Mission Impossible 6 was already taking place.Preproduction StopsAccording to Deadline Paramount has already hired 15 and 20 people to design preproduction visual effects for Mission: Impossible 6, while Tom Cruise and scriptwriter-director Christopher McQuarrie had begun outlining the flow of the film.However, the preproduction employees were ordered to temporarily stop working until pay disputes were settled with all parties involved.Movie Will Go OnIndustry observers highly doubt that Paramount will scrap the film despite the possibility of having to pay its actors and directors higher. Mission Impossible 5: Rogue Nation was a runaway box office hit and was very profitable for Paramount.Director McQuarrie has only entered the early stages of script writing and full-scale production isn't scheduled to commence until seven months later in January 2017 giving Paramount sufficient time to finalize negotiations with Cruise.
Mission Impossible 5: Rogue Nation premieres on July 31st in the US. Not the best date compared to the riding season, but definitely not a lost cause, either.
How much will IOM racing and victories influence the S1000RR sales is hard to tell now, but we can be sure that BMW’s product placement move in Mission Impossible 5 will make a change in the preferences of many riders looking for a new superbike this year.