‘Mission Impossible 7’: The Team Defends Tom Cruise After His Anger Last Week


After Tom Cruise’s anger on the set of the new movie ‘Mission Impossible’ last week, voices from the team itself have come out in his defense. Leaked audio of the actor yelling at two crew members for allegedly not following COVID-19 prevention guidelines while filming ‘Mission Impossible 7’ shocked many last weeks. However, production sources say Cruise is under a lot of pressure to make back-to-back blockbusters, and in the midst of a pandemic.

” It’s hard [to describe] how incredibly intense and focused he is on making every film the best it can be, ” says a UK-based source from the production. ” The ‘Mission Impossible’ movies are very special to him. They are ‘his’ movies. Tom helped set up the COVID protocol. Of course, he takes it personally when the protocol is broken .” “In all the years of filming the franchise, nobody has heard Tom raise his voice,” he adds. “He usually just focuses on the shooting. However, this movie is very different: he has to film while making sure everyone is safe .”

In the leaked audio recording of just about two minutes, published by The Sun and authenticated by sources at The New York Times, Cruise is heard scolding and using rather a strong language with members of the film’s production staff for violating the rules. social distancing guidelines.


Another independent source from the film industry points out that what happens is that “he is a perfectionist and wants others to follow his example .” ” Tom’s whole life is his job, ” says the source. ” When you see something less than professional, you want to do it well .”

The latest production of the ‘Mission Impossible’ sequel, shot in Italy, Norway, and England, was halted twice this year: at the end of February at the beginning of the pandemic and for a week in October after several people were positive for coronavirus. Cruise, who also serves as a producer on the franchise, has been heavily involved in security protocols in front of the production to prevent further shutdowns.

“He feels the pressure of how scary things are now. He doesn’t want any more interruptions. The stakes are high .”
Directed again by Christopher McQuarrie, the seventh installment in the franchise, which also includes Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames, Rebecca Ferguson, Vanessa Kirby, and Hayley Atwell, is scheduled to hit theaters in November 2021.


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