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Mission Impossible 7 Filming Stopped, Is The Reason Coronavirus?

Source- New York Post

In the upcoming Mission: Impossible 7 & 8, Tom Cruise plays Ethan Hunt again. However, the production of his next impossible mission is now on hold.

After the great success of Mission: Impossible 6 – Fallout at the international box office, the announcement of a continuation of the series came as no surprise. DC, in two more films to Tom Cruise again, mimics the agent Ethan Hunt to cope with impossible with his team missions. For the upcoming Mission: Impossible 7, however, the production was stopped for the time being.

Is Mission Impossible 7 filming stopped due to Coronavirus?

As reported by sources, the production of Mission: Impossible 7, in which an old adversary will return, has been stopped for the time being. The reason for this is the novel coronavirus (Covid-19), which currently makes the three-week shoot in Venice impossible. Paramount Pictures released an official announcement referring to, among other things, the requirements of the Venetian government.

From a plethora of precautions for the safety and well-being of our actors and crew, and the efforts of the local Venetian government to stop public gatherings in response to the coronavirus threat, we are changing the production schedule for our three-week shoot in Venice, The planned first section of an extensive production for ‘Mission: Impossible 7’.

During this break, we want to take the crew’s concerns into account and allow them to return home until production begins. We will continue to monitor this situation as it develops and to work with health and government officials.

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To date, over 200 people in Italy have been infected with the coronavirus. Seven people died as a result of the disease. To prevent the virus from spreading further, entire communities were quarantined, especially in northern Italy. Venice canceled its world-famous carnival.