'Mission: Impossible - Fallout': I&B asks MEA to raise 'objection' on Kashmir references

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The data collected shows that "movies featuring Cruise running more than 1,000 feet have a higher Tomatometer average (a huge 71 percent) than the movies in which he runs less than that, or not at all - and the same movies make more money at the box office, with an average inflated worldwide gross of $538 million", according to Rotten Tomatoes. They're also more character and plot driven than their comic book franchise counterparts, focusing on a select few story lines and characters instead of attempting to cram almost 30 lead roles into 150 minutes.

Makers of the Hollywood film Mission Impossible: Fallout were forced to do away with the shockingly ill-informed references to Kashmir in their film when the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) raised objections.

ETHAN HUNT is back, in the International Monetary Fund, which hilariously stands for Impossible Mission Force. After the latest cock-up, Central Intelligence Agency director Erica Sloan (Angela Bassett) sends her agent August Walker (a moustachioed Henry Cavill) on the next mission with Ethan.

Which is why after 22 years playing Ethan Hunt, this franchise is still so successful at thrilling audiences with its mad daredevil stunts, heart-thumping action sequences and its promise of a bloody entertaining time.

Jeremy Renner turned the role down mainly because his character would have been killed off.

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"So I said to Renner, 'Hey listen, I have this idea for an opening sequence where you sacrifice yourself to save the team, and that the mission-gone-wrong not only involves losing the plutonium, but involves the death of a team member.' And Jeremy was like, 'Thanks, but no thanks.'
He was smart not to take the short paycheck for three days of work and getting blown up".

Universal's "Mamma Mia" clung to the second spot for a second straight weekend, though its take was almost 60 percent below its opening.

Kept afloat by rave reviews and strong word of mouth, "Fallout" is domestically the second-highest grossing film in Tom Cruise's career, behind 2005's "War of the Worlds", which earned $64.9 million (not adjusted for inflation). Secretary Hunley, a returning Alec Baldwin sends Ethan and his team of Luther, played by Ving Rhames, Benji, portrayed by Simon Pegg, and Brandt, played by Jeremy Renner to infiltrate a meeting between the mysterious John Lark and the White Widow.

American most popular action series "Mission: Impossible" released its sixth installment on July 27, 2018.

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