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- As of March 9, 2012, Mision: Impossible - Ghost Protocol has grossed $686.1 million world wide ($208 million domestically and $478 million overseas) becoming the highest grossing installment in the M:I franchise. The film is also star Tom Cruise's most successful (having out-grossed War of the Worlds) and the highest grossing spy film to date.
- In 21 days (or 3 weeks) of wide release Mision: Impossible - Ghost Protocol has made $149.7 million domestically and $410.5 million world wide, surpassing both the domestic ($134 million) and world wide ($397.9 million) revenue of the previous installment, Mission: Impossible III.
- After opening in wide release on Wednesday, December 21, 2011, Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol made $46.2 million US domestically for the Friday to Monday Christmas weekend (ranking #1 at the box office). World wide the film has grossed $218.6 million through 11 days (just 6 in wide release).
- Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol broke the record for highest grossing opening in limited release (opening in less than 600 locations) with a $12.8 million US debut at 425 locations with IMAX screens.
- The domestic (US & Canada) wide release date for Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol was pushed back from Friday, December 16, to Wednesday, December 21, 2011, after a limited release at 425 IMAX locations on the 16th. The world premiere in Dubai was on December 7, 2011.
- The first official trailer for Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol was released online June 28, 2011, with the official film website, and in theatres the following day with screenings of Transformers: Dark of the Moon. Official Site and Trailer
- It has been announced that Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol will also be released in IMAX 3D and that the movie was partly filmed using IMAX cameras.
- A new title has been announced for the fourth Mission: Impossible movie. It will be called Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol.
- It has been announced that Léa Seydoux and Anil Kapoor will be in the upcoming Mission: Impossible movie, each playing a lead villain. Michael Nyqvist will also be playing a villain.
- It has been announced that Josh Holloway will be in the upcoming Mission: Impossible movie, playing a member of Ethan Hunt's team. It has also been announced that Vladimir Mashkov and Michael Nyqvist will be in the movie as well.
- It has been announced that Paula Patton will be in the upcoming Mission: Impossible movie, playing a young operative. It has also been confirmed that Simon Pegg will be reprising his role as Benji Dunn. And, apparently, the title for the new movie will simply be Mission: Impossible, instead of Mission: Impossible IV.
- It has been announced that Jeremy Renner will be starring in Mission: Impossible IV, alongside Tom Cruise, playing a character named Brandt.
- It has been announced that Ving Rhames will be reprising his role as Luther Stickell in the upcoming Mission: Impossible IV. It has also been announced, though not confirmed, that Simon Pegg may be reprising his role as Benji Dunn in the new movie as well.
- It has been announced that the release date for Mission: Impossible IV has been pushed back to December 16, 2011. And it has been confirmed that Brad Bird will be directing the movie.
- We are profoundly saddened to note the passing of Peter Graves, who on the afternoon of Sunday, March 14, 2010 died of a heart attack in front of his Pacific Palisades home after returning from a meal with family members. Please check the local news media for further coverage.
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New on Mission: Impossible Wiki
- New character profiles from Ghost Protocol: Jane Carter, Trevor Hanaway, Sabine Moreau, Brij Nath, Wistrom and Kurt Hendricks.
- New character profiles for: Luther Stickell, Dan Briggs, Ethan Hunt, Jim Phelps and William Brandt.
- New actor profiles for: Jeremy Renner, Wally Cox, Phil Morris, Eddie Marsan, Michelle Monaghan, Simon Pegg, Maggie Q, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Keri Russell, Billy Crudup, and Laurence Fishburne.
- New writer profiles for: Josh Appelbaum, André Nemec, Robert E. Thompson, John D.F. Black, Edward DeBlasio, Sy Salkowitz, James F. Griffith, John O'Dea, Arthur Rowe, and Richard M. Sakal.
- New director profiles for: Robert Totten, Alexander Singer, Alf Kjellin, Paul Stanley, Joseph Pevney, Ralph Senensky, Herschel Daugherty, Lee H. Katzin, Richard Benedict, and Robert Douglas.
- New producer profile for: Joseph Gantman.
- New organization profile for: Impossible Missions Force.
- New country profiles for: Iron Curtain and United States.
Luther Stickell– was a disavowed agent who joined Ethan Hunt's team in 1996 to steal the Noc List from CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia. After Hunt used the list to expose a US government mole, Stickell went back to being an IMF agent. From then on, he was consistently chosen as part of Ethan Hunt's IMF team. Stickell's specialty was computers. He is portrayed by Ving Rhames.
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