Set Of ” Mission Impossible ” Has Been Shut Down Due To COVID-19

LONDON — After someone tested positive for coronavirus on the British set of Tom Cruise’s seventh ” Mission Impossible ” film, Paramount Pictures briefly halted work.

“Due to positive coronavirus test findings after normal testing, we have temporarily paused production on ‘Mission Impossible 7′ until June 14th,” a Paramount representative stated in a statement. “All safety precautions are being followed, and we will continue to monitor the situation.”

Further information was not supplied by the firm.

After apparently spotting two crew members breaking social distancing regulations on the set of “Mission Impossible,” Cruise launched an expletive-laden rage at coworkers on the “Mission: Impossible” set in December. A cruise can be heard advising that anyone who does not follow the regulations of staying at least 2 meters (6.5 feet) apart from others would be dismissed, according to recordings obtained by the Sun tabloid.

The film, which was put on hold for months early last year along with the rest of the industry while the coronavirus epidemic spread, is set to be released in 2022.

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