mi fbAre you a huge fan of the Mission: Impossible series, whether it is on TV or on the silver screen? For those who are extremely partial to the latter, then I would suggest you make a beeline over to the movie’s Facebook page considering how the social network will now allow you to watch all Mission: Impossible movies to date there. Bear in mind that this promotion will not be free though, as it will set you back by 30 Facebook Credits – which is the equivalent of $2.99. As with many of the other services offered or launched Stateside, it will be available only to Facebook users living in that part of the world, although I am not sure whether using an IP spoofing program might work or not.

Amy Reinhard, Executive Vice President at Paramount Pictures, says, “Over the past decade movie fans have followed the impossible exploits of Ethan Hunt and his team of IMF operatives. 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.” It would be interesting to see how this effort will build up to the upcoming Ghost Protocol release that is happening right before Christmas this year. Film rentals over at Facebook is valid for 48 hours, so will all of your friends’ activities as well as surfing through 9gag be a distraction?

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