Tom Cruise’s Mission Impossible 7 has been in the news for a few months for its shoot. Given that the highly anticipated next film is set in the midst of a pandemic, there’s a lot of hard work involved. Providing audiences with a never-before-seen experience is one challenge, and keeping the cast and crew safe on sets is another.
The film has already completed filming in various locations like Rome, Venice, Great Britain and Norway. And the next place seems to be Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates. Nothing is official yet but there has been some speculation since the past that the film’s new location will be the UAE. And on top of that, director Christopher McQuarrie recently shared a photo with fans that confirms he’s currently in the UAE.
Christopher didn’t say anything and just shared a picture of the hazy UAE, which made fans speculate that Mission Impossible 7 was shot in the UAE even harder. Looked:
A fan with the Instagram username @ chris.p.chips commented: “Does Tom jump out of these too?”
“Oh please say you are filming” commented an Instagram user with the username @siennaxe
“Can’t wait to see the movie😱😱😱” commented @eugemariotti_
Meanwhile, it was recently reported that Tom Cruise had appointed robots to the sets to take care of the staff. According to The Sun, these robots will patrol the sets and also test the cast and crew for coronavirus infection.
The Daily Mail had also reported that Tom Cruise was keen to ensure that during the UK calendar no one caught the infection.
“Tom is so serious about making sure the shoot isn’t stopped that he’s splashed all over these robots because he can’t be everywhere making sure people are behaving,” a source told The Daily Mail.
Also earlier, The Sun reported that Tom Cruise had blown up two crew members too close to each other in front of a computer screen. “If I see you doing it again, you’re f *** ing.” he said.
According to an audio obtained by The Sun, Cruise can be heard saying, “We are the gold standard. They’re back in Hollywood making movies because of us. Because they believe in us and what we do. I’m on the phone with all the fucking studios at night, the insurance companies, the producers and they watch us and use us to make their movies. We are creating thousands of jobs, you mothers. I never want to see him again. Already!”
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