Impossible 7 production shutdowns due to positive COVID-19 test
Mission: Impossible 7 production hit a snag after a positive COVID-19 test.
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As initially stated by Hollywood journalist, at least one production member has tested positive for COVID-19. Therefore, Mission: Impossible 7 production was halted until June 14.
âWe temporarily halted production on Mission: Impossible 7 until June 14, due to positive coronavirus test results during routine testing. We are following all security protocols and will continue to monitor the situation, âread a production statement confirming the package.
This is another COVID-related setback for the film, which certainly won’t make star Tom Cruise happy. Cruis had already launched a tirade against people violating the COVID-19 protocol on the set.
âIt can get heavy. Difficult and personal, âCruise recently told Empire Magazine of the rant. âI said what I said. There was also a wave in England at that time. And there was a lot at stake at the time. But it was not my whole crew. I asked the team to leave the set, and it was just chosen people. And the wonderful thing is that we never closed again. And here we are, continuing to film.
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Join Cruise and Hayley Atwell Return Impossible mission alums Rebecca Ferguson (Doctor Sleep), Simon Pegg (Loan Player One), Ving Rhames (pulp Fiction), Vanessa Kirby (Hobbs & Shaw) and Henri Czerny (Ready or Not) as well as newcomers Shea Whigham (Joker), Pom Klementieff (Guardians of the Galaxy 2, Avengers: Infinity War) and Esai Morales (the Bamba, Titans) who will replace Nicholas Hoult (Mad Max: Fury Road) for the role of villain.
Mission: Impossible 7 is scheduled to premiere on May 27, 2022.