Tom Cruise Rips ‘Mission: Impossible’ Crewmembers Over COVID Safety Concerns
Tom Cruise has lambasted many crewmembers on their U.K. set of Mission: Impossible 7 for not following their COVID-19 safety protocols properly. The Sun, which published audio on the incident of Tuesday, revealed that, Tom Cruise blistering attack after their some set members huddled just near a computer monitor without standing more than the six feet apart from it.But according to experts, in order to prevent transmission of the novel coronavirus it is necessary to follow the rules.
Tom Cruise said in audio that, “I don’t ever want to see it again, ever. And if you don’t do it you’re fired, if I see you do it again you’re f—ing gone,”
The actor and producer has been a champion of both the theatrical experience and of getting productions back on track amid in the coronavirus situation. In the audio, Tom Cruise analyse that he has been speaking with only some contacts in Hollywood about how Mission: Impossible and its safety protocols can be a model for the rest of the industry during the pandemic.
“They are back there in Hollywood making movies recently due to us. Because they believe in us and what we’re doing,” Tom Cruise said in the audio. “I’m on the phone with every f—ing studio at night, producers, insurance companies, and they are really looking at us and choosing us to make their movies in right manner.”
The actor also declare that if any crew member saw someone who are not following safety protocols during pandemic then their names should be reported to Matt Spooner, who is the COVID-19 supervisor on set at that time.
Mission: Impossible 7 was shut down in February due to the coronavirus outbreak in Italy, making it at the time the highest-profile project to shutter due to the virus. Besides that, Other productions across the globe followed this suit in March. The movie resumed production in September, helping pioneer safety procedures on set specifically.
Although, Paramount and Skydance are behind the Mission sequel, which has Fallout filmmaker Christopher McQuarrie due to back in the director’s chair for two more installments thereafter. Cruise again stars as IMF agent Ethan Hunt, with the cast also such as Nicholas Hoult, Hayley Atwell, Shea Whigham, Rebecca Ferguson, Pom Klementieff and Henry Czerny respectively.
Tom Cruise’s rep did not immediately respond to a request for comment in the audio. Paramount likewise didn’t have a comment yet. The movie is going to release on Nov. 19, 2021.