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Tom Cruise & # 39; gives two Mission: Impossible crews an x-rated dressing-down about the Covid rules & # 39;


Furious Tom Cruise & # 39; gives two Mission: Impossible crews an x-rated dressing down after breaking Covid rules by standing too close together on the UK set & # 39;

  • The cruise was reportedly raging after staff stood less than two meters apart
  • The rant reportedly took place while filming at the Warner Bros. studio in the UK
  • It comes after filming was postponed earlier this year due to the Covid pandemic

Furious Tom Cruise gave two Mission: Impossible crew members an X-rated dressing after catching them on set violating UK Covid rules.

The Hollywood superstar reportedly berated workers who broke social distancing rules while filming at Warner Bros. Studios in Leavesden, Herts.

Ethan Hunt, the 58-year-old actor, appealed to the factual demeanor of his spy character and told them, "If I see you again, you'll be fucking gone," according to the sun.

The paper says the dressing was taped on audiotape, which he adds, "And if anyone on this crew does it, it is – and so are you."

"And you, won't you ever do it again? We're not closing this damn movie."

The American actor was reportedly upset when he saw them standing less than three feet apart on a computer screen.

The Hollywood superstar (pictured while filming in Rome last month) reportedly berated workers who violated social distancing rules while filming at Warner Bros. Studios in Leavesden, Herts

Filming for the newest movie in the blockbuster franchise – Mission Impossible 7 – is in full swing.

The actor has already been shot in Rome for the latest film – in which he will repeat the role of the fictional American secret agent Hunt.

Last month Tom was spotted behind the wheel of a yellow Fiat 500 in the Italian capital as he and a group of police cars prepared for dramatic stand-off scenes.

Filming for the newest movie in the blockbuster franchise - Mission Impossible 7 - is in full swing. Pictured: Tom Cruise

Filming for the newest movie in the blockbuster franchise – Mission Impossible 7 – is in full swing. Pictured: Tom Cruise

The star tried to drive his little vehicle down a wide city boulevard before apparently getting stuck when he encountered an army of patrol cars and bicycles.

In the past few weeks he was seen with his Mission: Impossible 7 co-star Hayley Atwell (38) filming a series of scenes in the Italian capital.

Filming also took place in Venice as well as in Great Britain and Norway.

But the film has already experienced delays. The crew had to stop production because of Covid.

Many of the most important scenes were to be shot in Italy – that was once the center of the world pandemic.

In October, the Top Gun star held crisis talks with director Christopher McQuarrie after 12 people on the set reportedly tested positive for COVID-19.

The health chiefs are said to have followed the contacts of those who tested positive after filming was interrupted, hoping it was an isolated incident.

Last month, The Sun reported that 150 extras for the film had been informed not to come in to shoot scenes that were scheduled for the evening.

Although no official reason was given for the sudden decision, it was alleged that a coronavirus test was positive from production and that filming had to be temporarily suspended.

The actor was shot in Rome for the latest film - in which he will repeat the role of the American secret agent Hawk. Pictured: Cruise footage in Rome last month

The actor was shot in Rome for the latest film – in which he will repeat the role of the American secret agent Hawk. Pictured: Cruise footage in Rome last month

Cruise was spotted in a number of scenes in the Italian capital with Mission: Impossible 7 co-star Hayley Atwell, 38 (pictured together).

Cruise was spotted in a number of scenes in the Italian capital with Mission: Impossible 7 co-star Hayley Atwell, 38 (pictured together).

The crew also urged the public to distance themselves socially while waiting to see the stars, while Tom and director Christopher are said to have made the request as well.

The star wore a mask on the set and is said to have looked out for Covid rule violations.

According to The Sun, he paid £ 500,000 of his own money to pay for a cruise ship that the cast and crew can isolate on.

MailOnline has contacted Tom Cruise and Mission: Impossible representatives for comment.

Mission: Impossible 7 is slated for release on November 19, 2021.

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