Tom Cruise’s Mission Impossible filming canned after crew ‘refused to work any longer’ Shooting the hotly anticipated action-packed movie during a pandemic has proven to be mission impossible after the cast and crew flew to the Middle East for the latest run of scenes
Filming for Tom Cruise ‘s latest Mission Impossible instalment has been scrapped after the film’s crew reportedly refused to work on set any longer.
Shooting the hotly anticipated action-packed movie during a pandemic has proven to be mission impossible after the cast and crew flew to the Middle East to film some scenes. However the director was forced to yell cut during filming of the seventh instalment of the popular franchise due to unhappy production staff, reports The Sun.
Crew members reportedly wanted to head back home to the UK this weekend before hotel quarantine rules come into effect on Monday. Tom Cruise’s latest Mission Impossible instalment has been halted
Mission: Impossible FALLOUT
This means bosses were left with no choice but to charter a private jet to bring them home ahead of the new restriction.
“The whole production has hit yet another issue and there have been revolts among the cast and crew,” an insider told the publication.
“For quite a few of them, the prospect of having to quarantine in a hotel back in the UK is a step too far and they’ve demanded to be flown home before the rules change.
The studio has had to fund a jet back and the missing cast and crew will inevitably cause another delay.”
With its release date being bumped down due to the ongoing pandemic, the latest date for the film’s release is now November 19
The film was initially set to come out in August.
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