• Mission: Impossible 7 Halts Production in Italy Over Coronavirus Concerns

    1 month ago - By Movie Web

    Paramount Pictures has altered plans to film Mission: Impossible 7 in Venice, Italy as the coronavirus continues to spread.
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  • MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 7 Production Halted In Italy Due To Coronavirus Outbreak

    MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 7 Production Halted In Italy Due To Coronavirus Outbreak

    1 month ago - By Comic Book Movie

    According to multiple sources, Paramount Pictures has decided to halt production in Venice, Italy on Tom Cruise's upcoming action sequel Mission: Impossible 7 due to the country's recent Coronavirus outbreak.
    Italy currently has a reported 219 cases, which is the largest number of incidents outside of China, Japan and South Korea, and as a precaution, the local government has stopped all public gatherings, including the aforementioned three-week Mission: Impossible shoot.
    No cast members, including Tom Cruise, had arrived in Venice just yet, but crew members had already begun prepping for...
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  • REPORT: Mission: Impossible 7 Filming in Italy Halted

    REPORT: Mission: Impossible 7 Filming in Italy Halted

    1 month ago - By Coming Soon

    REPORT: Mission: Impossible 7 Filming in Italy Halted
    Deadline is reporting that filming on Paramount Pictures' Mission: Impossible 7 in Venice, Italy has been halted after the local government “put a stop to all public gatherings” after the number of coronavirus cases in Italy rose to a reported 219 cases.
    RELATED: Christopher McQuarrie Teases Terrifying Stunts for Mission: Impossible Sequels
    Production was set to take place in Venice for three weeks before moving on to other locations. The outlet reports that production will either move the entire crew to another filming location or “to...
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  • ‘Mission: Impossible VII' Halts Production in Italy Due to Coronavirus Outbreak

    1 month ago - By The Wrap

    Production on the Tom Cruise action film “Mission: Impossible VII” has stopped production in Venice, Italy following the outbreak of over 150 confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the country, a spokesperson for studio Paramount Pictures told TheWrap.
    The seventh film in the franchise was meant to shoot for three weeks in Venice. Christopher McQuarrie is directing “M:I VII.” The spokesperson added that Cruise had not traveled to Italy.
    “Out of an abundance of caution for the safety and well-being of our cast and crew, and efforts of the local Venetian government to halt public gatherings...
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  • ‘Mission: Impossible 7' Venice, Italy Shoot To Halt Due To Coronavirus

    1 month ago - By Deadline

    As the number of cases of the coronavirus swell in Italy to a reported 219 cases, the biggest number outside of China, Japan, and South Korea, the Venice, Italy local government has put a stop to all public gatherings including a halt to the upcoming production of Paramount's Mission: Impossible 7 in the floating city according...
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