Since the injury was reported, there’s been some back and forth about whether or not the shutdown will result in Mission: Impossible 6 changing its release date. Some outfits have called the move “likely,” but director Christopher McQuarrie noted recently that it may not be as big of a disaster as it may seem. Because there is still quite a bit of time before M:I 6 is released, McQuarrie says he is just shifting priorities right now. Cruise and co. had shot a lot of the movie before production was shut down, and the director plans to go ahead and start editing the movie now, rather than waiting until the movie was done with production. That way, when they get back to filming, a lot will already be done on the post-production end, and hopefully, the movie will hit its premiere date, which is supposed to come during the lucrative summer months.