Tom Cruise might be the only one to blame for the most recent delay in “Mission: Impossible VII” production. As filming on the action film continues to be on a halt once again because of a positive COVID 19 test, it’s suspected that it might be the lead actor/producer that triggered the postponement this time.
A source reported after news of the very first outburst was made public, there was’ more anger’ at the already’ tense’ production set-up.
An insider said:
They added it had been Tom who feels blamed for the delay after placing a lot of time and cash into ensuring precautions are actually in place so the staff can film.
It was in the past claimed that the Hollywood star scolded employees that flouted community distancing guidelines while filming at Warner Bros. Studios.
As per The Sun:
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The reason why all fingers had been pointed at Cruise, the source revealed:
Nevertheless, the source observed that there is no proof to verify the speculation as of but:
Neither a representative for Cruise neither the studio has spoken up about the reason of the most recent delay. Earlier this month, work was put to a halt for 2 days after all crew members tested positive for COVID 19, making the Ethan Hunt depicter “fuming” over it.
Previously a source told The Sun:
The source proceeded to share, Fourteen crew members have got COVID – many of them are closer aides of Tom’s. The healthy shooting crew, approximately sixty members, have almost all self-isolated for fourteen days.
Cruise, was reportedly uncovered while filming a scene inside a nightclub. He was reportedly “within a couple of metres” of 4 females, who contracted the virus along with 10 other set workers.
The many delays reportedly caused “a massive pressure to end on time.” A source told the U.K. tabloid:
It’s not known whether Tom has been given the Covid vaccine or perhaps not, though despite being found to drastically cut the danger of coronavirus, not one of the jabs authorized in Britain is actually hundred percent effective.
It indicates some vaccinated folks will inevitably get infected without having any kind of symptoms, giving them ignorant they’re infected and infectious – unless they get tested.
In March, it was reported Tom had surprised NHS staff members to thank them for working through the coronavirus pandemic.
The film star is actually believed to have secretly frequented the ExCel Centre in East London ‘to’ pay tribute to frontline wellness staff’. “Mission: Impossible 7” is now slated for a May 27th, 2022 release.