Michelle Monaghan also returns to the franchise as Julia Meade, Ethan's estranged wife, having last been seen in Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol. Among other returning faces are Ving Rhames as long-term International Monetary Fund team member Luther, Alec Baldwin as the CIA's Alan Hunley, Simon Pegg as Benji, and Rebecca Ferguson reprising her Rogue Nation role of Ilsa Faust. This trailer provides a lot more plot, including how Cavill's character is basically the antagonist, although the villain role is still played by Sean Harris. The only thing I do know about the movies is that because Tom Cruise is a looney who insists on doing all of his own stunts, he inevitably breaks something during the filming of each one. I mean, damn! The action looks INSANE.
The same could be said for most Mission: Impossible sequels, but it bears repeating: the stakes have never been higher. The film also stars Ving Rhames, Vanessa Kirby, Alec Baldwin, Wes Bentley, and Frederick Schmidt. The second trailer for Tom Cruise's Mission: Impossible- Fallout is here and it looks bigger, riskier and better than ever before. The highest-profile new cast members include Angela Bassett as a C.I.A. official and Henry Cavill (a.k.a. Superman) as an American government assassin with a license to kill Hunt if he goes rogue.