After more than a year and a half of delayed filming due to restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic, the next installment of the “Mission: Impossible” franchise has finished its production stage. The announcement was made with joy by the writer and writer of the story, Christopher McQuarrie, who posted on Instagram an image with Tom Cruise accompanied by a text in which he assures that “all that is needed are good people.” To our indomitable, unstoppable and relentless cast and crew: even under the best of circumstances, it should have been impossible. Having seen it, we cannot believe what they achieved. Words are not enough to adequately express our gratitude and admiration, not only for you, but for your loved ones. They are the best in the world,” he said.
Recall that filming began in February 2020 in Venice; however, due to the pandemic, production had to be suspended. In July the team managed to move to continue filming at the Warner Bros. studios located in Hertfordshire, England, and a month later in Norway.Cruise had threatened to fire the members of the set who failed to comply with health protocols, which had already caused more than a dozen and a half infections in the different locations.