Tom Cruise Wins CinemaCon With TOP GUN: MAVERICK & MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - DEAD RECKONING PART 1 Trailer

Tom Cruise managed to steal the show yet again at CinemaCon with the world premiere screening of Top Gun: Maverick and the teaser trailer debut for Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part 1!

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Despite not being in attendance, Tom Cruise stole the show once again at CinemaCon with the world premiere of Top Gun: Maverick and the official teaser trailer for the next installment in his blockbuster Mission: Impossible franchise, Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part 1

While reviews are still under embargo, our initial social media reaction can be found below, and trust us when we say, that's just the tip of the iceberg. Tom Cruise has delivered the must-see cinematic experience of the summer, and it's one that absolutely can't be missed on the biggest screen imaginable this Memorial Day.

Looking ahead to next year, the teaser trailer for Dead Reckoning Part 1 was everything we could've hoped for and more, thoroughly leaving our jaws on the floor as Tom Cruise and Christopher McQuarrie reminded us that they're unmatched in practical blockbuster filmmaking. 

It's not confirmed just yet, but it seems like a safe bet that the teaser trailer will debut online before the release of Top Gun: Maverick next month. It's comprised of a myriad of fleeting shots, so we did our best to recap it HERE before it cut to black.

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