Tom Cruise, fifty-eight years old Hollywood actor with huge popularity across the whole world, is dealing with some pressure and has been mentioned in the headlines lately. He felt stress when he allegedly observes workers not properly following the COVID-19 precautions and other social distancing measures.
In the previous week, the actor had two reported outbursts and the 2nd outburst was to quit several team members. Moreover, a few sources described to People magazine regarding the ordeal and said that Tom Cruise is operating extremely hard to maintain production of the film (Mission: Impossible 7) during the phase where shooting could stop in an instant.
Tom Cruise takes it personally when someone breaks protocol
A UK-based production source described that it is hard to explain how incredibly intense and focused he is on developing every film the absolute best possible. The source added that ‘The Mission: Impossible’ firms are very important and special to him and they are his (Tom Cruise) movies. Moreover, he aided to manage the Coronavirus protocol, and of course, Tom takes it personally when anyone breaks the protocol.
In the leaked voice note of the outbursts gained by The Sun, he is head negotiating about the jobs of the team allies who won’t follow the rules in the future. At the time, Tom Cruise yelled that they are developing thousands of employments you motherfu-kers. He continued that he doesn’t ever want to see it again. Ever. He said that if you don’t follow it you are fired and he sees you do it again, you are fuc–ng gone.
The source of the People magazine continued that in all the phases of filming the “Mission; Impossible” franchise nobody has ever faced or heard Tom Cruise raise his voice. The source added that he is normally just laser-focused on filming and this film is very different though. Tom Cruise has to keep filming while making sure everybody stays safe.
Since the filming of the “Mission: Impossible 7” has started, the production of the movie has shut down twice. The first time when the pandemic started in the spring and the second time when some of the staff members tested positive for Coronavirus in the fall.