Following the Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation trailer that debuted yesterday, Paramount has released even more footage from the action-thriller in the latest TV spot. This video includes new scenes showing how Alec Baldwin's character clearly isn't a fan of Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) and his team, along with tech specialist Benji Dunn (Simon Pegg), Brandt (Jeremy Renner), Luther Stickell (Ving Rhames) and new addition Ilsa (Rebecca Ferguson) all going to work. We also get another glimpse at the underwater sequence first shown in yesterday's trailer, and, from a recent interview, Tom Cruise reveals exactly how long he had to hold his breath underwater for these grueling action set pieces in Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation. Take a look at what the actor had to say:

"It's something I have always wanted to do. (Director Christopher McQuarrie) and I have been thinking about it since working on Edge of Tomorrow. I have done a lot of underwater sequences. But we wanted to create a suspense underwater sequence without cuts. So doing that sequence was really interesting. We're underwater and we're doing breath-holds of 6 to 61/2 minutes. So I was doing all my training with the other stuff (on-set). It was very taxing stuff."
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The story centers on Ethan and his team as they try to take down a shadowy organization known as The Syndicate, a group of rogue spies with the same training as the IMF. America Olivo, Sean Harris, Jingchu Zhang and Simon McBurney co-star in director Christopher McQuarrie's thrilling action sequel, which hits theaters July 31. Check out the latest footage below, and stay tuned for more on Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation.