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‘Mission Impossible 7’: After panicking backstage, Tom Cruise takes production license

According to TMZ, production of “Mission Impossible 7” has been halted so that Tom Cruise can take time off and enjoy a vacation sooner than expected.

The news comes shortly after the audio leaked of Cruise shouting at team members for violating COVID-19 security protocols, which generated some pretty negative repercussions.

While waiting for the dust to settle, the star took a jet on Friday (18) and left London for Miami to spend the holidays with her son, Connor, adopted in 1995.

So far, it has not been revealed when filming will resume and the star has declined to comment on the decision.

Bearing in mind that this is not the first consequence of the cruise epidemic …

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According to the Toronto Sun, he yelled at his employees again on Tuesday night and five of them quit.

Apparently, the tension rose behind the scenes after Cruise’s comments began circulating on social media.

“The first explosion was great, but things haven’t calmed down since. The tension has been mounting for months and it was the last straw. Since its publication, there has been more anger and several officials have left. But Tom can’t take it anymore after all their efforts to keep filming. He’s upset that others don’t take him as seriously as he does. Ultimately, it is he who carries the production. A source said.

Listen to the set’s audio leak below:

Geeente, strong moments of tension on the recording set of # MissaoImpossivel7. # TomCruise spared no words to express his revolt when he saw COVID-19 protocols violated during recordings.
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– Corta Podcast (@cortapodcast) December 16, 2020

Christopher McQuarrie is the director.

Production of the footage is expected to be completed by May 2021.

The cast also includes Hayley Atwell, Pom Klementieff, Vanessa Kirby, Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson, Angela Bassett.

Previously scheduled for July 2021, ‘Mission Impossible 7’ will hit theaters on November 18, 2021.

Meanwhile, ‘Mission Impossible 8’ will be released on November 3, 2022, three months after its original date.

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