Tom Cruise persuades the British government: “We must continue Mission: Impossible 7”

The UK government has indicated that small numbers of actors and crew members from major film productions will be permitted to travel to the UK without having to spend 14 days in quarantine. It is true that the people involved are only allowed to spend their time in their living quarters and filming locations.

This relaxation aims to boost major investments in film and television productions (as well as sporting events). The UK has the necessary protocols in place for all of these products and events

Tom Cruise and his smooth chat
Many of the greatest films we can expect in the coming years will be filmed (partly) in the UK. Two of those projects are Mission: Impossible 7 and Mission: Impossible 8. Oliver Dowden, the culture minister, said he spoke last week with producer and lead actor Tom Cruise about how to resume filming at Warner Bros’ Leavesden Studios. According to gossip group The Sun, this conversation could have led to the resumption of shooting earlier in September, which was the original target.

The first major movie to resume filming in the UK is Jurassic World: Dominion. Tomorrow the cameras on this set have to work again!

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