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Mission: Impossible 7 halts UK filming due to positive Covid tests

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Mission: Impossible 7 Updates: According to Paramount, production on Mission: Impossible 7 in the UK has been suspended for two weeks due to positive Covid tests among the team.

The film, which stars Tom Cruise as Ethan Hunt, will resume filming on June 14th. Cruise is also a producer on the action spy series, and a videotape surfaced last year of him yelling at set employees and threatening to terminate them if they breached rules.

It’s unknown how many of the people who worked on it have tested positive so far. “All safety precautions are being followed, and we will continue to monitor the situation.”

Added the production. Witnessed a string of setbacks, filming and production work has resumed at the Warner Bros Studios in Hertfordshire, as well as on-site around the United Kingdom.

Cruise, who performs his own stunts, shocked residents in Levisham, North Yorkshire, in April when he arrived by helicopter for a shoot. During breaks in shooting at a sports area and quarry in Heath and Reach Bedfordshire, the 58-year-old also posed for socially distant selfies.

Mission: Impossible 7 Stop Filming

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However, an audio clip obtained by The Sun newspaper in December claimed to show Cruise yelling and spitting at a film crew, telling them to remain 2 meters apart.

He could be heard yelling, “I don’t want to see it again, ever!” “You’ll be fired if you don’t comply. You’re out if I see you do it again. And if anyone in this crew does that, that’s it, and you, too, and you, and you, and you, and you, and you, and you, and you, and you, and you, and you, and you, and you, and you, and you, and you, and you, and you,” “That concludes our discussion.

Please accept my apologies “He went on to say more. “Tell that to the individuals who are losing their houses as a result of our industry’s closure. It isn’t going to feed them or cover the cost of their college education.”

The seventh installment of the Mission Impossible franchise, directed by Christopher McQuarrie, will be released in May 2022 and will star Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames, Vanessa Kirby, Rebecca Ferguson, and Henry Czerny, among others.