COVID-19 spurs shutdown of ‘Mission Inconceivable’ set
LONDON (AP) — Paramount Footage on Thursday briefly shut down manufacturing on the British set of Tom Cruise’s seventh “Mission: Inconceivable” movie after somebody examined constructive for coronavirus.
“We’ve got briefly halted manufacturing on ‘Mission: Inconceivable 7’ till June 14th, on account of constructive coronavirus take a look at outcomes throughout routine testing,” a Paramount spokesperson stated in a press release. “We’re following all security protocols and can proceed to watch the scenario.”
The corporate offered no additional particulars.
In December, Cruise launched an expletive-laden rant at colleagues on the “Mission: Inconceivable” set, after he reportedly noticed two crew members violating social distancing guidelines. In audio launched by the Solar tabloid, Cruise will be heard warning that anybody caught not following the foundations to remain not less than 2 meters (greater than 6.5 toes) away from others can be fired.
The movie, which paused manufacturing for months early final yr together with the remainder of the movie trade when the coronavirus pandemic took maintain, is scheduled to be launched in 2022.