Mission Impossible 7 Tom Cruise and his troops face a new, endangering enemy. In the yet-untitled Seventh Mission: Impossible Film, Tom Cruise will again donate the hat of IMF operative Ethan Hunt on another of his world-saving trips.
While speaking to Empire, Cruise opened up the experience of shooting the seventh iteration in Covid-19‘s iconic action-spy-thriller series. Not only are these films large-scale shoots full of sophisticated practical effects and death-death stunts, they’re also set in multiple countries, in real locations.
Tom Cruise told Empire, “I made 30-40 movies. I’m responsible for numerous, if not thousands, of jobs. All my industry friends, people in distribution, and my crew were like, ‘What will we do? I’d lose my house!’ So I told the studio and said, ‘We’re going back.
We’ll have everyone back to work. We’ll start shooting in summer. And we’ll figure out how to do it safely.'” Naturally, the job wasn’t easy with a long shot.
Cruise added, “It was 7 days a week, it was around the clock, dealing with people and helping them through it,” Cruise says. There was social distancing, masks, crew members’ bubbles.
One make-up artist for every two actors, as well as heads of departments staying in hotel rooms on their own, driving to set, shooting the scene, and then returning to the hotel until needed – and five-person pods ready to quarantine if anyone within one contracted the virus.”
Trespassers have been a challenge to keep out of the Mission: Impossible sets, according to media reports. “It was impossible to close off the entire set because it is so large and open.
As a result, trespassers have been breaking in and attempting to scale the stunt rigs and equipment. It’s a nightmare in terms of public health and safety.
Last week, police were called to one incident, and Tom was forced to act when it happened again, according to a source who spoke to The Sun.
“Two intruders were spotted clambering up the set this time, prompting security to rush to bring them down. It’s possible that extra security will be required. Along with the fact that it’s a safety nightmare, Tom and the crew don’t want any filming delays.”
Ethan Hunt and his troops are pitted against a new foe who poses a threat to the entire world in this film. The release date for Mission: Impossible 7 is set for May 27, 2022.