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Mission: Impossible 7 intends to restart the production in September

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A recent report has confirmed that the most awaited film of Tom Cruise Mission: Impossible 7 will resume the production work starting form September. If reports are to be believed, Tom Cruise, the main cast of the film will restart the filming work in the month of September and the outdoor scenes of the film will be filmed first.

Recently, Tommy Gormley, the first assistant director of the film informed our news sources that once the filming will resume, the team will shoot in all the countries that were planned at first. The production work, which was meant to start in Italy, was suspended by the filmmaker due to the pandemic.

The cast and crew in Italy did not do shooting as the global Coronavirus outbreak had brought foreign air travel to suspension. The Tom Cruise starring makers are now quite confident that they will be able to shoot outdoor scenes first in the countries planned prior to the COVID-19 outbreak. The team of the long-awaited Mission Impossible 7, according to news reports, is looking forward to shooting in Great Britain and then heading to other countries.

The fear of the Coronavirus has left the whole planet under strict lockdowns with a host of Hollywood flicks. The filming and production activities have been suspended and the filmmakers have stopped working on their respective films. There was a postponement for many Hollywood films that were due to be released. The Black widow of MCU was all postponed from their original release dates, such as Daniel Craig’s No Time to Die, Mulan, Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman 1984, and Fast and Furious 9.

Industry members recently conveyed to the news channels that the cast and crews are eagerly waiting to resume the work, but on the other hand, they want to assure that the shooting locations are safe.

“It’s going to be up to the insurance companies,” Dan Mintz, CEO, and founder of DMG Entertainment, a production, and distribution company, said. “That’s going to be driving a lot of this.”


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