What are the updates about part seven of Mission Impossible? What are the updates about the production? Here’s everything we know about the upcoming movie star Tom Cruise: Mission Impossible 7.
The production is started in Norway!
Tom Cruise’s Mission Impossible crew is back to Norway to continue the production. Mission Impossible was partially filmed in the Nordic country. Tom Cruise has recently asked Norwegian Culture Minister Abid Raja to return there to film more scenes from Mission: Impossible 7. Filming was postponed due to the global coronavirus pandemic in the upcoming sequel. The team was given permission to resume filming.
The production was halted due to the coronavirus.
So far, 9,049 cases of the virus have been confirmed, with 255 deaths in Norway. Before allowing the film in Norway, we have to discuss it with the government and set the rules for it. We will follow the rules and restrictions of the coronavirus.
Filming for Mission: Impossible 7 started in Italy earlier this year but had to be suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic. Recently, production was allowed to resume in England without a mandatory 14-day quarantine. Norway currently has a 10-day quarantine period, and it is unclear whether they can even skip that process for production.
About the movie Mission Impossible 7!
Directed by Christopher McQuarrie, Mission: Impossible 7 shoots consecutively with Mission Impossible 8. For the seventh inning, Cruise returns with franchise faces, including Weng Reams, Simon Pegg, Reyka Feuisson, Vanessa Kirby, and Henry Sizzarney featured, while the New Cast members include Hayley Atwell, Pom Clementieff, Shea Vigham, and Essen Morales. The movie is expected to release on November 19, 2021. If the production of the movie completes without any hurdles, we can expect it to release on the official date announced by the franchise, if not then we can expect it at the beginning of the year 2021.