You want to see more of Mission: Impossible 5? We got a whole lot more! Paramount Pictures has released 3 featurettes, 2 new clips, 6 TV spots and a look at the Vienna premiere for Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation, with just seven days left until this action movie hits theaters on July 31. The first clip features a closer look at one of the scenes we've seen in practically every trailer, the daring E-brake maneuver pulled off by Tom Cruise's Ethan Hunt, while a frantic Benji Dunn (Simon Pegg) loses his cool in the passenger seat. What we haven't seen before from this sequence is Rebecca Ferguson's Ilsa drawing some of the enemy motorcyclists away from Ethan and Benji, before Hunt takes out two enemies with one precise move.

The second clip features a scene where Ethan and Ilsa escape to the roof, where Ethan plans an unorthodox and possibly unsafe escape. This scene was featured in some of the first photos from the set, where the actors were seen atop the Vienna Opera House back in August, just days after production first got under way. This clip does the scene far better justice than those photos ever could, but we'll have to wait one more week to see the full sequence unfold.

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Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation follows Ethan and his team as they take on their most impossible mission yet, eradicating the Syndicate - an International rogue organization as highly skilled as they are, committed to destroying the IMF. Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol stars Jeremy Renner and Ving Rhames return as Brandt and Luther Stickell. There are also several new cast members joining the Mission: Impossible franchise such as Rebecca Ferguson, Alec Baldwin, America Olivo, Sean Harris, Jingchu Zhang and Simon McBurney.

Paramount Pictures has already started developing the follow-up Mission: Impossible 6, with Tom Cruise set to return as Ethan Hunt and produce. David Ellison, Dana Goldberg and J.J. Abrams are returning to produce alongside Tom Cruise, but no writer or director has been announced at this time. Since there is normally a three or four year gap between Mission: Impossible movies, we could most likely expect Mission: Impossible 6 in theaters either in 2018 or 2019, but that isn't set in stone yet.

Christopher McQuarrie directs from a script by Will Staples and Drew Pearce. This action-thriller reunites the director with Tom Cruise after they worked together on the 2012 adaptation Jack Reacher. In addition to the new clips, we also have a TV spot from Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation, along with footage from the world premiere. Take a look at all of these new videos below before Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation debuts in just one week.