Tom Cruise Self-Isolating In Mission Impossible Set Coronavirus Outbreak

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TOM CRUISE Self-Isolating In Mission Impossible Set Coronavirus Outbreak sees entire 60-man crew isolating

Hollywood legend Tom Cruise is reported to be fuming, after 14 crew members on his new film, Mission: Impossible 7, tested positive for coronavirus and ended up having to isolate, with Tom himself allegedly also being in self-isolation since Tuesday.

Cruise, aged 58, had reportedly spent the day filming scenes with four women dancers for a nightclub scene, who were apparently “within a couple of metres” of him, and later that day they all tested positive for the virus, and then ten other crew members tested positive, which meant Tom Cruise ended up self-isolating.

Reports are that the entire 60-strong crew has undergone mass-testing and are all in isolation, bringing filming on the movie that is due out next May, to a standstill once again at Longcross Studios in Chertsey, Surrey.

Last December, the Hollywood actor made front-page headlines for a rant at his crew in which he famously told them they are “f*****g gone” if they break coronavirus rules

A source told The Sun, “Tom is absolutely fuming about what’s happened, especially given his rant to his staff last year. It’s going to badly affect filming and they’ll be playing catch-up when they finally come back. Fourteen crew members have got Covid – most of them are close aides of Tom’s. The whole shooting crew, about 60 people, have all had to self-isolate for 14 days”.

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