Mission: Impossible 7 Film Halted Shooting In The U.K. Due To Positive Test For COVID-19

Mission: Impossible 7 film has suspended filming in the United Kingdom after at least one member of the crew tested positive for the new coronavirus. Filming on the Tom Cruise sequel will be halted for 14 days as the crew isolates themselves. It’s unknown how many employees who worked on the film were infected.
“Due to positive coronavirus test findings after normal testing, we have temporarily paused work on Mission: Impossible 7 until June 14th. “We are adhering to all safety standards and will continue to monitor the situation,” the company said in a statement.

The epidemic has made the film’s production process more difficult. The production of Mission: Impossible VII came to an end in February 2020, just as the epidemic began to shut down productions throughout the world. Tom Cruise was recorded in December berating members of the crew for allegedly standing too close together, breaking COVID safety standards.

The sequel, as well as a proposed eighth installment, are being produced by Paramount and Skydance, with writer-director Christopher McQuarrie, who previously helmed 2015’s Rogue Nation and 2018’s Fallout, helming the sequel and a projected eighth movie. With Rebecca Ferguson, Esai Morales, Hayley Atwell, and Shea Whigham, Cruise reprises his role as IMF agent Ethan Hunt. The film will be released on May 27, 2022.

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