It appears Tom Cruise is considering another box office “Mission.”
Cruise has been in talks with Paramount over a fourth installment to the “Mission: Impossible” franchise, sources confirmed to Access Hollywood.
Cruise made his super agent debut as Ethan Hunt in “Mission: Impossible” in 1996. The film went on to gross $467 million worldwide at the box office.
Four years later, “Mission: Impossible II” hauled in $545 million at the global box office, while “Mission: Impossible III” dipped a bit in 2006, but still managed an impressive $395 million haul.
Paramount produced all three films.
Cruise and Paramount CEO Sumner Redstone had a very public falling out in 2006, when the studio ended its longstanding relationship with Cruise’s production company, which he runs along with Paula Wagner.
However, Cruise and Redstone have reportedly been spotted dining together recently in Los Angeles.
Upcoming for Cruise on the big screen is “Valkyrie,” the WWII-themed drama based on a plot to assassinate Adolf Hitler.