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'Entourage' Rebooted In New Poster For 'Mission: Impossible—Ghost Protocol'

Photo of Kevin Jagernauth By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist October 25, 2011 at 9:01AM

Update: A pretty impressive behind-the-scenes clip has arrived of Tom Cruise swinging around outside the Burj Khalifa skyscraper in Dubai a mile up in the air and giving an insurance agent a heart attack in the process. Check it out below.
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Update: A pretty impressive behind-the-scenes clip has arrived of Tom Cruise swinging around outside the Burj Khalifa skyscraper in Dubai a mile up in the air and giving an insurance agent a heart attack in the process. Check it out below.

Bummed that the Hollywood adventures of Vincent and the boys from "Entourage" are over, thanks to the series coming to a close this summer? Well, not to worry as a poster for the reboot is already here...oh wait a minute...that's not Jeremy Piven...

A brand new, and kind of ridiculous, poster for "Mission: Impossible—Ghost Protocol" has arrived at Yahoo and features the cast walking through a sandstorm on top of a skyscraper. Or something. Anyway, judging from what we see here, Tom Cruise plays an Eminem-esque rapper looking for his big break, with Paula Patton as the head of his security, Jeremy Renner as his secretary and bag man with Simon Pegg in a unique part as a re-imagined Tiny Tim, his right leg seemingly broken at a tragic angle. And in case you're wondering, "Ghost Protocol" is the song Ethan Hunt writes that helps him break free of the his gritty sand covered hood and into fame and fortune.

Experience the uplifting story when it opens on December 21st or see it earlier at IMAX theaters starting December 16th, along with a preview of Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight Rises." Lose yourself below.



This article is related to: Films, Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol


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