The ongoing Coronavirus attack has created havoc on the entire world with people contracting the disease at an alarming rate. Moreover, this has affected the Entertainment industry as well.
Mission Impossible 7 Production Was Halted Midway. Here’s What We Know.
With almost all production houses being shut down, many ongoing film shoots have been halted until further notice. These include some big tent pole movies as well. Mission Impossible 7 is one such addition and is halted indefinitely. However, assistant director Tommy Gormley might have some good news for fans and teased the possibility of shooting starting sooner than expected! It was further revealed that they are planning to do a chunk of it in the UK and then back in the studio.
One Of The Cast Members Said That Filming Might Resume From September Onwards.
However, there might be some good news after all as the production of the seventh installment is reportedly going to be resumed from September onwards. This news has been further confirmed by cast member Simon Pegg who plays Benji Dunn in the film, further saying that that is what makers are planning to do. He is pretty sure that working with such a big crew might be called going enough but with safety guidelines, it might be possible.
The makers are planning to complete the outdoor shoots first. According to Pegg, thanks seems doable and obviously, safety precautions will be taken keeping everyone’s safety in mind. The actor joked about it saying that the fight sequence might be done from five feet apart!
Many Big Tent Pole Movies Are Planning To Start Production Sooner.
Several other big tentpole films including the sequel Avatar movie is also.planning to soon start production to avoid further delay. With Mission Impossible 7 starting soon enough with the large cast and crew members, we are sure and as assured by Pegg himself the production houses are going to take safety measures. We have not received any official confirmation from the studio yet.