Tom Cruise Declares War on Christopher Nolan’s ‘Oppenheimer’ Before M I 7 Release

Tom Cruise asks rival studio bosses to add more “Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning” shows before the release of “Oppenheimer.”

By Web DeskJune 03, 2023

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Tom Cruise seems to be very worried about Christopher Nolan’s new movie Oppenheimer, which is coming out 10 days after Mission: Impossible 7.

The actor from Top Gun: Maverick is afraid of the Cillian Murphy movie, so he has been begging rival studio directors and exhibitors to show his Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One instead of the biographical thriller on PLF (premium large-format) screens.

Punk said that the Hollywood hottie’s action movie will have full access to IMAX screens for 10 days before Christopher Nolan’s chiller comes out on July 21, 2023.

After Oppenheimer comes out, it will only be shown on IMAX screens for three weeks. This means that the highly anticipated Tom Cruise movie will not be shown in theaters.

The newspaper said that the screens would not only give people a great view, but they would also bring in millions more at the box office.

Note that the seventh part of the smash hit Mission: Impossible was not all shot with IMAX large-format cameras, but Nolan did use the technology throughout the film.

Oppenheimer is based on the life of American scientist J. Robert Oppenheimer. It would show the Oscar-nominated director’s recreation of an atomic bomb without CGI on the biggest screen possible, which would make people choose his film over Mission: Impossible.