Paramount halts 'Mission: Impossible' shoot over new virus

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Tom Cruise's upcoming Mission: Impossible 7 has halted production in Italy after a number of people in the county have been diagnosed with the coronavirus, PEOPLE confirms.

Production on the seventh "Mission: Impossible" film has been halted due to growing concerns about the coronavirus.

The studio stated it was allowing the movie crew to return house throughout the delay and that it would "continue to keep track of this situation" in Italy. But then again, nothing is for Ethan Hunt, so maybe there's hope after all.

The Mission: Impossible franchise is one of the most reliable moneymakers for Paramount, which has struggled to find hits in recent years. Virus dispersion to prevent many countries from China your import-export is stopped.

According to reports, some of the film's British crew flew back to the United Kingdom last night, and will be tested for the virus on arrival. While Cruise might have been able to do the impossible a total of six times, exposing himself to the disease that has taken the lives of over 2,000 people since its discovery in December might not be the mission he wants to perform.

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Paramount Pictures, the studio behind the action series, issued an official statement confirming that the shoot - which was supposed to be taking place in Venice, Italy - has been delayed. Paramount Pictures has announced this by announcing this on the previous day i.e. Monday. Cinemas in China have been shuttered due to the outbreak, closing down the world's second largest box-office market.

And Disney faces a headache over its Mulan remake, which is set for release next month.

Please tell that in Italy the corona virus let go of seven people have died while 200 people in infection symptoms found contains.

On Saturday, theNYT reported Trump was "furious" over 14 Americans who tested positive for coronavirus recently being sent back here from an infected cruise ship without his sign-off.

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