Tom Cruise has shelled out “big sums” for 2 high-tech robots to enforce coronavirus security protocols on the set of “Mission: Impossible 7” – and likewise administer spot exams to the crew, in accordance to a report.
“Tom is so critical about ensuring the shoot is not shut down that he is splashed out on these robots as he cannot be all over the place to guarantee persons are behaving themselves,” a source on the set told The Sun.
Shooting resumes this week within the UK earlier than the manufacturing heads to Dubai, the supply mentioned.
The 58-year-old megastar — who recentlyblew up attwo crew members for flouting COVID-19 security protocols – has spent thousands and thousands to transfer the manufacturing to a former tank design base in Longcross in Surrey,the outlet has reported.
While filming at Leavesden in Hertfordshire, Cruise went ballistic when the 2 employees stood too shut collectively.
“If I see you do it once more, you are f–king gone! And if anybody on this crew does it, that is it — and also you too and also you too! And you, do not you ever f–king do it once more!” the “Top Gun” actor was heard yellingin a leaked audio clip.
Five staffers reportedly quitfollowing a second outburst.
“Yes, the rant that got here out final month could have been a bit excessive, however he was proper, and those that noticed the story sympathized with him,” the supply advised The Sun.
“He will get paid rather a lot for these movies however he additionally is aware of that he’s fortunate to be working and employees on the movie from high to backside depend on this movie going forward. You haven’t got to go far to see how simply how a lot the pandemic has affected jobs,” the individual continued.
“The robots are actually refined and slightly intimidating. It’s just like the Terminator solely not as violent,” the supply added.