The movie is the sixth in the lucrative franchise, and could be a big summer hit.
Fans were surprised when the key cast appeared on The Graham Norton Show much earlier this year to promote it, given that it’s not actually out until later in the year.
In the UK, Mission: Impossible – Fallout’s release date is July 26, 2018; a date it shares with many other territories including Argentina, Brazil, Denmark, Hong Kong, Israel, Russia, Singapore and Ukraine.
The USA will get it one day later; on July 27.
On that same day, the film will also launch in Bulgaria, Croatia, Turkey, Vietnam and South Africa.
It’s out in India on July 31, and then France on August 1.
The rollout continues with Australia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Netherlands and Portugal on August 2, according to IMDb.
It’s then over to Spain, Finland, Japan, Norway and Sweden on August 3.
Polish fans will be able to see it from August 10, while those in Greece and Italy will have to wait all the way until August 30.
Mission: Impossible – Fallout sees Tom Cruise returning as Ethan Hunt, alongside Henry Cavill, Rebecca Ferguson, Vanessa Kirby, Angela Bassett, Simon Pegg and Michelle Monaghan.
Alec Baldwin is on board too, with direction coming courtesy of Christopher McQuarrie.
The Mission: Impossible series continues to make incredible money around the globe, with 2015’s Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation managing a worldwide gross of $ 682.7 million – only marginally down on the fourth, Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, which set a new high for the franchise in 2011 with a $ 694.7 million haul.
Reviews are also on its side: Ghost Protocol and Rogue Nation both got 93% on Rotten Tomatoes.
The first Mission: Impossible movie came out back in 1996 and made $ 457.7 million around the world.