Tom Cruise built a secure studio to combat COVID-19 infection to complete his upcoming film Mission Impossible 7, and according to The Sun, the actor has spent millions to adopt a former military base for filming to ensure the work on the film continues unhindered.
A military base for Mission Impossible 7
Sources confirmed that Tom, 58, is firmly determined to finish filming as quickly as possible without further disruptions caused by the pandemic, and production will reportedly be moved to a former tank design base in Longcross in Hertfordshire. This comes after five of the Crew members in the group have resigned after Tom Cruise reprimanded them and accused them of abandoning safety measures to prevent Coronavirus.
According to eyewitnesses, Tom Cruise shouted loudly at some crew after they were caught flouting the precautionary measures at Leavesden’s Warner Bros Studios, which was later repeated, apparently more severe, which made them resign.
The situation is tense backstage in Mission Impossible 7
And another source continued to The Sun: Tensions have been rising for months and this has been the last straw, since it became public, there was more anger and many employees were punished, but Tom could not stand more after all the steps they took just to continue filming, he is upset That others don’t take it as seriously as him,” adds the source, that Tom feels responsible for filming after allocating so much time and money to ensure precautions are taken so that the team can finish the work.
Evoking the situation of his character, Ethan Hunt, the actor was said to have told them, “If I see you do it again, you will vanish.” The newspaper said that Tom’s screaming was recorded on an audiotape where he is heard adding: And if anyone on this crew does it This will be the end – you, too, and you, never do it again. We will not close this movie.” The American actor was reported to have angered after seeing the two standing less than a meter from each other on a computer screen.