Tom Cruise’s “Mission Impossible” continues

Tom Cruise He is set to continue filming Mission Impossible 7 in the UK, this time at the Long Cross Film Studio.

Long Cross, formerly the site of the British Ministry of Defense for testing tanks, has now become a studio and hosts popular and best-selling films such as “James Bond: Skyfall”, “Thor: The Dark World” and “Guardians of the Galaxy”. New films made in the studio include “The King Man”, “Artemis Fowle” and “Death on the Nile”.

Variety has confirmed that Tom Cruise has now returned to the UK after a Christmas break and has moved production of his new film from Warner Bros. Studios in Lyudson to Log Cross Studios. The studio is ranked fourth in the south of England (the highest level of restrictions), but film productions are still allowed under Crohn’s standards.

More than 41,000 new cases of coronavirus have been identified in the UK on Monday. In the last 7 days alone, 256,000 people have been infected with the virus, an increase of 25.7 percent. During this period, 3493 people have lost their lives due to this virus.

Tom Cruise, meanwhile, takes the Coronary rules on Mission Impossible 7 very seriously. Film production impossible mission In October, after 12 people tested positive, it was postponed, and a week later, in December, production resumed production. The film is directed by Christopher McQuire and will hit theaters on November 19, 2021.