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Tom Cruise revealed the title for “Mission: Impossible 6” with a death-defying first-look photo from the sequel.
“Get ready Domantas Sabonis Jersey ,” Cruise captioned an image of a clapperboard with the film’s title, on his newly-launched Instagram account on Thursday.
“We’ve upped the ante for the sixth #MissionImpossible, I can’t wait for you guys to see more,” Cruise wrote, sharing a film still of him holding on for dear life on the side of a helicopter mid flight.
The film was forced to halt production in August after Cruise sustained a serious on-set injury while performing a stunt. He broke his ankle after falling short and slamming into a wall while leaping across a building gap.
The actor is famous for performing his own stunts. For “The Mummy” reboot, Cruise shot 64 takes of a plane crash sequence in zero gravity. For the fourth and fifth “Mission: Impossible” movies, he hung off the Burj Khalifa and was strapped to the wing of a moving plane.
Christopher McQuarrie returns to direct the sixth installment of the Ethan Hunt spy saga. The film also stars Alec Baldwin, Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames, Rebecca Ferguson, and Michelle Monaghan. Henry Cavill, Angela Bassett, and Vanessa Kirby join the cast.(Agencies)
RIO DE JANEIRO, Sept. 27 (Xinhua) -- The Bombonera stadium will be in prime condition to host Argentina's World Cup qualifier against Peru next week despite concerns about the state of the pitch, according to local officials.
Buenos Aires was hit by heavy downpours on Wednesday and inclement weather is expected to continue into next week.
The Bombonera, located in the south of Argentina's capital, will stage the Superliga clash between Boca Juniors and Chacarita on Sunday, giving groundsmen just four days to prepare for the crucial qualifier.
""It will be OK,"" Boca manager Guillermo Barros Schelotto told reporters. ""There will be some maintenance work done after Sunday to get it ready for Argentina's match,"" he added.
Earlier this month, the Peruvian football federation requested the Oct. 5 qualifier be shifted from the iconic venue due to safety concerns for their fans.
A match between local rivals Boca Juniors and River Plate in 2015 was suspended when River players were sprayed by rival supporters with an irritant similar to tear gas.
Peru and Argentina are currently tied on points in the South American group and need to win their remaining two qualifiers to secure an automatic berth at next year's World Cup in Russia.
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" How often have you heard, "You want me to do what? Get someone else!"
When you feel you're too important to help in some menial, but necessary task, you're only fooling yourself. You will never be exempt from the mundane. The upside is: that's what helps to build character to make you a stronger leader.
My father used to say, "Son, no matter what you do in life whether it's mopping a floor on up to leading men in the military, if you should die doing it, they should be able to say it was your finest hour."
As a result, my attitude became, "Do you want me to chair the meeting or set up the chairs for the meeting?" I encourage you to adopt that attitude and adapt it to your everyday life. Some call that "servant
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It doesn't matter the size of the task. That's not relevant. The question is, "Does it need to be done?" Are you the one in a position to do it? If so, get busy. We would all like prestige assignments and
jobs, but life "ain't" always cooperative that way.
In a recent episode of The Apprentice, one of the candidates refused to carry out a task that she thought was beneath her. Her team lost and she was fired because of that attitude. When you find yourself in
a situation such as that, step up and accept the challenge graciously (remember my father's advice).
People are watching, both up and down the line and they are all in a position to propel your career. But, don't do it for that reason. Do it because it's right. Small seemingly insignificant tasks are opportunities to show the size of your character.
These tasks are dues you're paying for recognition to finally come your way. How? Watch the U.S. Tennis Open some time and see young players serve the ball over 100 miles per hour into a small area over 30 feet away. You'll see an example of how little tasks helped
them graduate to bigger tasks that translated into impressive skills, recognition and monetary rewards.
Long before they served that first ball in a championship match they practiced small, seemingly insignificant tasks to become better at what they do. Unlike many less serious players they didn't start out just hitting the ball. For hours on end, day after day, month after month they practiced throwing the ball up about two feet in front of them and high enough so that their racquet would come over the top at the apex. They did this time after time before ever even swinging a racquet at it.
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