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Mission Impossible 3 – Trailer

Mission: Impossible III (also known as M:i:III) is a 2006 action film, the third based on the spy-themed television series Mission: Impossible starring Tom Cruise who reprises his role of IMF agent Ethan Hunt.

The film was directed by J. J. Abrams, and was his first film as a director. It was first released on April 26, 2006 at the Tribeca Film Festival, and widely released in the United States on May 5, 2006. Filming began in Rome, Italy in July 2005 and ended in October. The film had been kept under extremely tight wraps, and very little was known of its plots or new featured characters during filming. Location filming took place in China (Shanghai and Xitang), Germany (Berlin), Italy (Rome and Caserta), the United States (California and Virginia), and Vatican City.


Tom Cruise as Ethan Hunt
Philip Seymour Hoffman as Owen Davian, the film’s Main Antagonist
Ving Rhames as Luther Stickell. Member of Ethan’s team
Billy Crudup as John Musgrave. IMF Operations Director
Michelle Monaghan as Julia “Jules” Meade. Ethan’s fiancĂ©e/wife
Keri Russell as Lindsey Farris. IMF agent trained by Ethan
Jonathan Rhys Meyers as Declan Gormley. Member of Ethan’s team
Maggie Q as Zhen Lei. Member of Ethan’s team
Simon Pegg as Benji Dunn. IMF Technician
Eddie Marsan as Brownway. Davian’s henchman
Laurence Fishburne as Theodore Brassel. Head of the IMF


Opening in 4,054 theaters all across the United States (the 4th largest opening ever), the film easily topped the box-office in its opening weekend. It made $16.6 million on its opening day. It made $47.7 million in its opening weekend, a solid opening yet well below industry expectations and almost $10 million lower than the franchise’s previous installment. On its second weekend, the sequel remained number 1 with $25 million (ahead of Poseidon’s $22.2 million). The movie remained in the Top 10 at the box office for the first 6 weeks of its release. Mission: Impossible III ended its domestic run with $134 million. It was the second movie in 2006 to pass the $100,000,000 mark in the box office. (The first was Ice Age: The Meltdown). The $134 million domestic run was significantly lower than that of Mission Impossible II and below most analysts’ expectations.


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