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Tom Cruise’s Mission: Impossible 7 production temporarily shut down due to coronavirus case

Who would have thought that one of the greatest action franchise of all time, would shut down production again.  

Yes! We are talking of "Mission Impossible 7". This was all due to the positive Covid-19 tests that was taken months after Tom Cruise, the producer and star actor was said to have rebuked his workers for letting their guard down in a period of pandemic.

Sources say that the franchise has been temporarily put on a hold until June 14, 2021. Covid-19 protocols was enforced to ensure safety at all measures.

The cast and crew, together with Tom Cruise are to isolate themselves for two weeks, being that 14 of his members tested positive. There was no comment from anyone on-set in response to the situation.

If we could recall, production In early February 2020 was shut down in Venice, Italy as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak in the country. And this all started before the first day of shooting.

You could say that this great franchise was hit with more delays than ever, since early 2020. It makes you wonder when the movie will indeed be released.

We look forward and pray that there will be no further delays to the production of this movie, as fans are eagerly waiting to see another action packed and thrilling ordeal that awaits Ethan Hunt.

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