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Title of Fourth 'Mission: Impossible' Film Has Supernatural Element

October 29, 2010 (4:15 am) GMT
Announcing the official title of his upcoming movie, Tom Cruise says at Doha Film Festival, 'It's not going to be MI2, 3, 4. It's going to be Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol.'

has finally given away the official title of his fourth "Mission: Impossible" film. Though the name is quite different from the first three, it does not necessarily ditch the familiar moniker as it only omits the movie's number.

"One of the things I always wanted for the franchise was for it not to have a number afterwards," Cruise says at Doha Film Festival on Thursday, October 28. "I've never done sequels to films and I never thought of these films as sequels. Paramount has done a great job in coming up with a title, so it's not going to be MI2, 3, 4. It's going to be ''."

At the same occasion, the actor is also asked about the possibility of him reprising his role as Maverick in "" which is being developed by Jerry Bruckheimer at Paramount Pictures with Tony Scott attached to direct. To this, he is apparently still not certain about his involvement as he states, "Those things are a long way off. It takes a long time to figure out stuff."

"Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol" is filmed in Dubai, Prague and Canada with Brad Bird serving behind the lens. and join the film as new cast members. Paramount Pictures will drop the action thriller in theaters across the nation on December 16, 2011.

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