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Frantic New Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation Trailer

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In the new Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation trailer Tom Cruise is back doing what he does best – namely jumping off tall things and running really fast while looking slightly constipated.

Ethan Hunt and his techy sidekick's (Simon Pegg) latest, very tricky, mission is very of its time: they have to stop a shady syndicate, led by Alec Baldwin, from shutting down the IMF.

Thankfully, judging by the trailer, the task of preventing the closure of the International Monetary Fund involves a lot more car chases and a lot more time spent holding on to the outside of airborne planes than you might imagine.

Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation hits UK cinemas from 30 July

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