The new Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol trailer is out, with a soundtrack including Eminem, featuring Pink in Won't Back Down.
The trailer displays powerful special effects (to be expected in any Mission Impossible film), diamonds, explosions, a car chase, and a plot surrounding bombs and possible nulceur war.
The trailer dialogue goes as follows:
Tom Wilkinson: The President has initiated Ghost Protocol . . . Now, I've been ordered to take you [Ethan Hunt (Cruise)] to Washington where they will hang the Kremlin bombing on you and your team, unless you were to escape . . . but if anyone of your team is caught, they will be branded terrorist, out to insight global nuclear war.
Cruise: So what happens now?
Tom Wilkinson: The mission, should you choose to accept it.
Watch the trailer
Listen to the Eminem song Won't Back Down' featuring Pink
Actors Jeremy Renner (L), Tom Cruise (C) and Paula Patton pose during a news conference for the film "Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol" in Dubai October 28, 2010. Reuters
Actor Tom Cruise is seen after a news conference for the film "Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol" in Dubai October 28, 2010. The third sequel of the Mission Impossible series will be partly filmed in Dubai. Reuters
(From L to R) Producer Bryan Burk, actors Jeremy Renner, Tom Cruise, Paula Patton, film director Brad Bird and executive producer Jeffrey Chernov pose during a news conference for the film "Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol" in Dubai October 28, 2010. Reuters
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