Paramount’s Mission Impossible 7 Flops; $100 Million Loss For The Tom Cruise Starrer —
As per a report published in Variety, the creators of Mission Impossible 7 are expected to face an approximate loss of $100 million. With its estimated production cost of $290 million, this film stands as one of the most expensive cinematic endeavors to date, surpassing all other installments in the franchise. However, even if it manages to reach the break-even point of $600 million, it will not be sufficient to yield profits for the filmmakers.
The previous entry in the Mission Impossible series, titled “Fallout” and released in 2018, currently holds the distinction of being the highest-grossing film in the MI franchise, accumulating a staggering $791 million in global box office revenues. Despite having a production budget of $180 million, Mission: Impossible: Fallout outperformed MI 7 in terms of box office numbers, highlighting the financial challenges faced by the latest installment.
Mission Impossible 7 Box Office Update: Tom Cruise’s Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning Part 1 is set for a loss of $100 million for the makers. Made on a budget of $290 million, the film has earned $523 million at the global box office in five weeks.
According to a report in Variety, the makers of Mission Impossible 7 will lose approx $100 million. With an estimated budget of $290 million, it is one of the most expensive films ever made and the most expensive in the franchise. It will break even at $600 million, but that won’t be enough to make profits for the makers.
The previous film in the franchise, Mission: Impossible: Fallout (2018), is the highest-grossing film in the MI franchise, with global earnings of $791 million. That film had a budget of $180 million, while MI 7 went ahead in budget but remained behind in box office numbers.