A few months ago a tremendous anger went viral that Tom Cruise had during the filming of ‘Mission Impossible 7’. The actor had not yet commented on what happened, but he has finally broken his silence in a statement given to the magazine Empire.
Let us remember that the actor did not take exactly well that part of the film team did not take prevention measures against the coronavirus seriously, which led him to say, among other things, “We are creating thousands of jobs, motherfuckers. I never want to see him again “, clarifying now what led him to act like this and the specific circumstances in which it all took place:
I said what I said. There was a wave of cases in the UK at the time and the stakes were high. But it wasn’t my whole team that was there. I had them leave the set and it was just a chosen group of people. The wonderful thing is that we never close again. And here we are still working on the film.
It seems that everything had a happy ending and that The filming of ‘Mission Impossible 7’ could go ahead without further setbacks on that side. Of course, the eighth installment could no longer be recorded consecutively as originally planned, but the protagonist of ‘Minority Report’ confesses his relief at having resolved everything satisfactorily:
All those emotions were running through my mind. And for the whole team to know that we had started shooting a movie was a huge relief.. It was very emotional.
‘Mission Impossible 7’ will hit theaters on May 27, 2022.