It’s been revealed that Tom Cruise is planning on building a COVD-19-free village in order to get Mission: Impossible 7 filmed.
Mission: Impossible 7 was one of the first Hollywood productions to be affected by the coronavirus.
They were filming in Venice and were forced to stop production due to the outbreak in Italy.
They haven’t picked up shooting since and it sounds like the movie’s star, Tom Cruise, is going to take matters into his own hands.
He’s not one for sitting around doing nothing, so it’s being reported that he wants to build a whole village which will be COVID-19-free.
This will help them to film the rest of the movie, and it doesn’t sound like a terrible idea.
Yet, it does sound like this might be Tom Cruise’s real-life ‘Mission: Impossible’.
This news comes from The Daily Mail, who report he and his A-list cast will stay in VIP Winnebago trailers so they can work through scenes in a bubble and protect the crew from catching coronavirus.
Tom Cruise wants to build a whole village to get Mission: Impossible 7 made
Honestly, this really does like an impossible mission.
However, Hollywood has to find a way to continue making movies, otherwise, the whole industry could go under.
This coronavirus has been terrible for the movie industry because there’s nothing they can really do.
Productions have been shut down and it’s unclear when things can start back up again.
We’re going to have to wait and see what happens and whether Cruise succeeds in building his village.
What do you make of this news?
Do you think Tom Cruise will succeed in his mission to get Mission: Impossible 7 made in the midst of a worldwide pandemic?
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