Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to track down a 2018 calendar and circle Friday, July 27 for both Tom Cruise's "Mission: Impossible 6" and DC's "Aquaman" standalone movie starring Jason Momoa.

More movies will be added to that release date as it gets closer, and it's possible one of these movies will move away in the coming year and a half. But Paramount just announced that Cruise's sixth "Mission: Impossible" film is set for July 27, 2018. Cruise closed his deal for the movie back in September, after salary negotiations halted pre-production. Filming will reportedly begin in spring 2017.

The fifth film in the franchise, "Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation," was released in July 2015 and made $195 million over here and $682 million worldwide. Director Christopher McQuarrie will return for "Mission: Impossible 6," and Variety reports that he has been developing the script with Cruise. Rebecca Ferguson, a standout in "Rogue Nation," will reportedly return for the sixth film, too.Meanwhile, Comicbook reports that "Aquaman" director James Wan and stars Momoa, Amber Heard, and Willem Dafoe are heading to the Gold Coast of Australia to start pre-production on that film.

May the best unbelievable stunts win!

Want more stuff like this? Like us on Facebook.