MISSION: Impossible 7 filming stopped after positive coronavirus test

“Mission Impossible 7” Production has been shut down after getting tested positive on Covid-19.



The newest film in the Tom Cruise starring star actor was filming in the U.K for another Sequel on Mission Impossible. Onsets when positive test occurred. A spokesperson for the Skydance production and Paramount confirmed work on the project will be impeded until June 14th.

“We have temporarily stopped production on Mission Impossible 7 (MI7) until June 14th, due to positive Covid-19 test results during routine testing,” a spokesperson reads the statement. “We are taking all the safety measures and following protocols accordingly, will continue to keep an eye on the situation.”


“Mission: Impossible” has faced a lot of inconvenience like most major Hollywood productions on their road to the big screen, first affected by the industry-vast cessation in February 2020, with the outbreak of Coronavirus a number of subsequent stops and starts took place due to the pandemic. Shooting on the globe-scampering sequel continued in the fall, but production was impeded for a week in October when twelve people on the set of Italy were tested positive for Coronavirus/Covid-19. 

In December 2020, audio recording of Cruise yelling at his crew for not taking necessary precautions and breaking COVID-19 guidelines. When Tom Cruise saw two crew members standing too near to one another in forefront of a computer screen, he immediately told them: ”If I find you do it again you’re freaking gone.”

The movie is directed by Christopher McQuarrie, who formerly piloted “Mission Impossible – Rogue Nation” and “Fallout,” and is now set to come back for a planned eighth film. Amalgamating Cruise’s Ethan Hunt for the brand new mission are franchise stalwarts Cary Elwes, Indira Varma, Charles Parnell, PomKlementieff, Henry Czerny, Shea Simon, Ving Rhames, Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson, Vanessa Kirby, Esai Morales, Hayley Atwell, Rob Delaney, Mark Gatiss, and Greg Tarzan Davis round out the star-remnant ensemble.

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