Tom Cruise is pissed that “OPPENHEIMER” will be taking all of the IMAX screenings away from Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning

There’s no doubt about it that two of the most anticipated movies on the planet for this year are Barbie and Oppenheimer and for good reason too. 

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The hype that has been built around these two movies for months is absolutely insane. But now Tom Cruise is furious that these two movies will be taking away all the IMAX screens when they release, leaving Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning with nothing. He has every right to be pissed too. Yes, Oppenheimer looks like it’ll be a great movie, Christopher Nolan and all, and Barbie also looks fun but this is Mission Impossible we’re talking about. We’re talking about TOM CRUISE!

The same Tom Cruise that has given us nothing but pure entertainment over the years and is just coming off the success of Top Gun: Maverick. We all know how amazing that movie was as it brought in a whopping $1.5 billion at the box office. I can’t speak for anyone out there but I would never think of seeing a Barbie movie before Mission Impossible – it must never be heard of. 

Oppenheimer looks like a good contender but even at that it still doesn’t mean that all the IMAX screens go to just these two movies. It is disrespectful to Tom Cruise, especially after all he has done for the movie industry during COVID, many years before, and even now. 

Tom Cruise has officially shown his movie to exhibitors to convince them to put Mission Impossible up on their IMAX screens instead of Oppenheimer and Barbie. That’s a boss move right there. When you know your content is top tier, and you back it up by proving that you deserve a seat at the table – something he shouldn’t have had to do in the first place. 

Hopefully, his efforts are successful and we do get to see his movie on IMAX screens. More information will be released as far as the exhibitors’ decisions about whether they give him what he deserves or they continue to disrespect him. Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning releases on the 12th of July.