‘Mission: Impossible’ Movies Offered for Rental on Facebook

Paramount Pictures is offering the entire “Mission: Impossible” movie catalogue — including “Mission: Impossible,” “Mission: Impossible II” and “Mission: Impossible III” — for rent directly through the “Mission: Impossible” Facebook Page.

Fans of the franchise can also play the new social spy game “Mission: Impossible the Game.” The first 200 players to locate a hidden Easter Egg in the game will receive a code for a rental of one of the “Mission: Impossible” movies on the movie’s Facebook page.

“Over the past decade, movie fans have followed the impossible exploits of Ethan Hunt and his team of IMF operatives,” said Amy Reinhard, Executive Vice President and General Manager of Domestic Home Media Distribution for Paramount Pictures. “Now, fans of ,Mission: Impossible, on Facebook who are eagerly awaiting the release of ‘Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol’ have a chance to relive and share the adventures.”

“Mission: Impossible” movies can be rented individually using Facebook Credits and viewed for up to 48 hours. While watching through Facebook, consumers will have full control over their movie viewing experience and can watch in full screen, pause the movie, leave Facebook and resume playing when logged back in.

“Mission: Impossible,” “Mission: Impossible II” and “Mission: Impossible III” can each be purchased for 30 Facebook Credits ($2.99). This offering is currently only available to consumers in the United States. The “Mission: Impossible” movies are rated PG 13.

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