Mark your calendars, everyone!
Paramount has announced that Mission: Impossible 6 will be released on July 27, 2018! We do not have official confirmation that Jeremy will be reprising his role as William Brandt, but he has mentioned it in recent interviews, so we hope to get confirmation soon! Also returning will be Tom Cruise as Ethan Hunt and Rebecca Ferguson as Ilsa Faust. In a first for the franchise, Christopher McQuarrie will be returning as director.
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As we get closer to the release of Arrival, Jeremy will be attending several events and making some TV appearances to promote the film. Here are the events we know of so far:
On Sunday, November 6, Jeremy will be attending the Los Angeles premiere of Arrival. Attendance is by invitation only.
On Tuesday, November 8, Jeremy is scheduled to appear on Entertainment Tonight. The show airs at different times and on different channels in each time zone, so check your local listings to find out when it airs in your area. Note that due to the US Presidential Election, it is possible the show will be preempted.
On Wednesday, November 9, Jeremy will be present for a spcial sneak peek of Arrival on the final day of Spectrefest in Los Angeles. Admisssion is free, and on a first-come, first-serve basis. If you will be in the Los Angeles area and would like to attend, you must first preregister HERE.
On Thursday, November 10 at 7:00 PM, Jeremy will be participating in a post-screening conversation about the film at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. The event is open to the public, but has already sold out.
On Friday, November 11, Jeremy will be appearing on Live! With Kelly on ABC. Check your local listings to determine when the show airs in your area.
Also on Friday, November 11, Jeremy will be appearing on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on NBC. The show airs at 11:35 PM EST/10:35 PM CST.
Jeremy will also be making an appearance on Good Morning America on ABC on Friday, November 11. The show airs from 7:00 - 9:00 AM in all US time zones.
On Tuesday, November 15, Jeremy will appear on Harry. Check your local listings to determine when and on what channel the show airs in your area. You can also check on the show's website.
We will continue to update this space with more appearances as we are made aware of them.
Jeremy's production company The Combine will be releasing a series of graphic novels entitled The Rift. The series will contain four issues released from January - April 2017. The story centers around Mary Ann and Elijah, a mother and son who witness a WWII fighter pilot crash-land in present-day Kansas. They then become drawn into the world of Section 47, a government organization that deals with rifts in space and time.
The series is co-written by Jeremy's Combine partner, Don Handfeld, and Richard Rayner. The cover of issue one is below.
You can also see a preview HERE.
The first issue of The Rift will be available at comic book stores on January 11, 2017.
Source: Graphic Policy
Jeremy has several British TV appearances and live events coming up in the next few days.
First, Jeremy will be appearing on Good Morning Britain on Wednesday, October 12. The show airs on ITV from 6:30 - 8:30 AM BST. We do not know when during the broadcast he will appear, but it will most likely be after 8:00 AM.
Also on Wednesday, October 12, Jeremy and Amy Adams will participate in a live chat on Facebook at 4:00 PM BST. You can submit questions at the link provided.
On Thursday, October 13 at 4:00 PM BST, Jeremy will appear at Esquire Townhouse, a special four-day event in London presented by Esquire. Tickets are £20, and can be purchased HERE.
Finally, as previously mentioned on the site, Jeremy will be appearing on The Graham Norton Show on Friday, October 14. The show airs at 10:35 PM BST on BBC1.