'Mission: Impossible 7' halts production Due to Favorable Covid Evaluation

Seconds following its star Tom Cruise was allegedly recorded reprimanding team members for breaking social networking protocols, creation for”Mission: Impossible 7″ was shut down due to a favorable Covid test.

Paramount, which is producing the most recent movie in the film franchise, didn’t disclose who on the creation had tested positive in a statement that the studio supplied to Daily Reuters.

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“We’ve temporarily stopped production on Mission: Impossible 7 before June 14th, because of favorable coronavirus evaluation results during regular testing,” the announcement read. “We’re after all security protocols and will continue to monitor the circumstance.”
Filming in Italy had originally been suspended in February 2020 due to this pandemic after which resumed in October.
In December, British paper The Sun acquired and printed audio tapes which supposedly comprise Cruise chiding two team members that were allegedly standing within six feet of one another.
“We’re the golden standard,” Cruise is heard saying in the sound recording The Sun reported being. “They are back in Hollywood making films right now because people! Since they believe in us what we’re doing”

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