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Old March 30 2010, 12:15 AM   #31
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Re: Brad Bird considered for 'Mission: Impossible IV'

Was reading about this earlier today. It could be interesting, I have faith in Bird. The other choices I heard rumored too were really cool, I especially like Edgar Wright, I think that could be awesome.

Glad to see Abrams is still attached as the EP though.
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Old March 30 2010, 12:50 AM   #32
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Re: Brad Bird considered for 'Mission: Impossible IV'

I wonder if the choice for directors is hindered by the fact that this is still J.J. Abrams' baby. The first three movies had their own director with their own story ideas and directing styles. This movie was built from the ground up by Abrams, so it'll be more like a director-for-hire.
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