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“We’re not shutting this movie down!” Outraged Tom Cruise shouts at crew breaking COVID rules in audio leaked by The Sun.

Leaked audio reveals that Tom Cruise was furious when he discovered some of his crew weren’t following COVID restrictions and blasted them on on the set of Mission: Impossible screaming: “If I see you doing it again, you’re f***ing gone.”

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The 58-year-old Hollywood veteran and movie superstar has been working exhaustingly as both an actor and producer of his upcoming blockbuster movie Mission: Impossible 7. So, understandably, the man’s patience and tolerance for rule breakers is running thin.

The production for the upcoming Mission: Impossible movie was ultimately postponed earlier this year even though filming had already commenced in Europe due to the COVID outbreak.

Cruise on set
Tom Cruise on set after Mission: Impossible 7 was delayed due to COVID.

Now Tom Cruise might be facing yet another delay if his cast and crew don’t follow the very strict COVID restrictions home and abroad.

Although COVID restrictions have almost completely eased up here in the home city of Sausage Roll — Brisbane, Australia — other countries and even cities in the United States are still in full lockdown and any minor infraction of these rules may mean that production for Tom Cruise’s Mission: Impossible movie will be halted yet again.

Tom Cruise has had enough!

Tom Cruise is sick of COVID (no pun intended). He has seen many of his friends and family lose their livelihoods because of lockdown and now he’s happy that he’s creating jobs again.

The controversial British tabloid, The Sun, got a hold of an audio tape that allegedly has Tom Cruise shouting: “If I see you do it again, you’re f***ing gone. And if anyone in this crew does it, that’s it — and you too and you too. And you, don’t you ever f***ing do it again.”

The report claims that approximately fifty members of staff at Warner Bros. Studios in Leavesden, Herts, were left stunned by the angry outburst.

Waving at fans.

The Sun alleges that it was only because two crewmembers stood less than a metre away from each other at a computer screen.

“They’re back there in Hollywood making movies right now because of us. We are creating thousands of jobs, you motherf***ers,” he added.

“That’s it. No apologies. You can tell it to the people that are losing their f***ing homes because our industry is shut down. “

“We are not shutting this f***ing movie down. Is it understood? If I see it again, you’re f***ing gone.”

Cruise fought hard to get an 7th and 8th instalment of the Mission: Impossible franchise greenlit and has many millions on the line if the movie gets pulled, indefinitely delayed, or “Netflixed” like so many have due to COVID.

Warner Bros could decide to “pull the plug” on Mission: Impossible if the strict COVID rules aren’t obeyed, and that would certainly free up a lot of money for them.

The Sun/Warner Bros leaks are sus.

What’s even more disturbing about the Tom Cruise audiotape leak is how The Sun obtained the exclusive.

Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp empire, which includes The Sun and talkRADIO, seemingly have very, very close ties with Warner Bros. So much, in fact, that Warner Media/Warner Bros struck a billion dollar deal with Rupert’s daughter’s company Locksmith Animations.

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Majority of The Sun’s expose pieces appear to come through their connection to Warner Media/Warner Bros via the UK. At least that was the case for Johnny Depp, who took the tabloid to court for publishing a slanderous “wife beater” hit piece on him.

Rupert Murdoch even has some Supreme Court judges in his pockets meaning that most libel cases against the The Sun are either thrown out or ruled in favour of the tabloid.

Sir Judge Andrew Nicol, the judge who oversaw Depp v The Sun libel trial, is close family friends with the Murdoch family and his son Robert Palmer works for Murdoch owned talkRADIO alongside The Sun’s senior editor who also penned the “wife beater” article Daniel John William Wootton.

Two highly anticipated Tom Cruise movies are set to release in 2021 including Mission: Impossible 7 (November) and the sequel to the 80s classic Top Gun: Maverick (June).

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