In the world of COVID-19, the movie business has taken an especially tough hit. With movie theaters closed or barely remaining open and production on films being on and off, there isn't a certain future for the industry.
The newest Mission: Impossible film was one of the first productions to begin during the pandemic, as the cast and crew have taken tremendous precautions to protect against the virus. In a leaked audio clip first reported by The Sun, Tom Cruise scolds crew members for violated COVID-19 protocols. The film has seen numerous delays due to multiple positive tests over the course of shooting across Europe.
Listen To The Audio
In the leaked clip posted by Lights, Camera, Barstool, Cruise tears into the MI crew. Needless to say, his message can be heard loud and clear, even if it's being said through a mask. During the speech, Cruise goes on to mention how the industry is looking to the Mission: Impossible crew for how to film during the pandemic. He also asks for no apologies, adding,
"...You can tell it to the people that are losing their f***ing homes because our industry is shut down. It's not going to put food on their table or pay for their college education."
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