Tom Cruise regrets killing Emilio Estevez’s character in the first Mission: Impossible movie


The very first

Mission: Impossible

film opened with Ethan Hunt and the IMF team, led by Tom Cruise, on a mission in order to prevent the theft the CIA’s NOC list. The mission fails after Hunt’s team members are killed off one by one. This was a shocking twist when the film was released over thirty years ago. One member of the ill-fated Mission: Impossible team was played by Emilio Estevez, and the actor told Uproxx that Tom Cruise expressed regret at killing off his character so soon.The way Tom had explained it, he said, ‘Look, I’d love for you to come and join the cast. Emilio Estevez said, “The opening number, where everyone gets wiped out is going to feature a lot of famous people, and they will all be uncredited, and it will really set up the level peril for Ethan.” “

And then I said, “I’m in. You don’t have to ask me twice, I’m in.’ And then afterwards, obviously, the movie’s a giant hit.” He added that he was doing a run with Tom Cruise a year after, who said, “Man, we made such a mistake killing you off.Related

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Emilio Estévez revealed that Tom Cruise, John Woo and others did consider bringing him to Mission: Impossible 2011001010. Estevez revealed that John Woo and Tom Cruise were trying to figure out how to bring him back for part 2, but it didn’t make any sense. “

Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One will hit theaters on July 12th, followed by Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part Two on June 28, 2024.

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