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How Tom Cruise Fixed M:I Rogue Nation’s Ending With One Decision

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Tom Cruise played an important role in how audiences saw the ending of Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation. The Mission: Impossible series has become Cruise's most bankable franchise after four decades of being a box-office superstar.

Though the original Mission: Impossible film, based on the popular 1960s TV series, was a major release in 1996, the M:I franchise struggled to establish consistency through sequels directed by different filmmakers such as John Woo and J.J.

Abrams. Once Christopher McQuarrie took the helm with 2015's Rogue Nation, the series rose both in quality and in success, with Rogue Nation grossing $683 million worldwide.

Even after the release of 2018's Mission Impossible: Fallout, many fans continue to argue that Rogue Nation is the strongest of the series.

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