A couple of new rumors to go through today. Some involve some small elements as to what filming could include as it heads towards New York City at the end of the month and the other is possible info that leads to some official footage being seen.
First up, the LA Times is reporting that when Chris Nolan and company head to New York City on October 29, they could be using the Occupy Wall Street protests as a back drop for filming. We have no idea how this will play into the events in the film, but we can assume it has something to do with people not being happy about something.
/Film is reporting that they have heard from various sources that Warner Bros. will be attaching a prologue to Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol in the IMAX format. This is similar to what WB did back in 2007 with the release of I Am Legend, showing off the first minutes of The Dark Knight. This falls in line with what they have done in the past, and it seems likely that this rumor will hold up.
As far as what could be seen in the prologue, Comic Book Movie shares some ideas from some sources. Spoilers may exist, so only head to the link if you don't mind those types of things.
Posted by Dustin Fritschel