2020 was not a good year for cinema lovers who were eagerly awaiting the releases of James Bond, Black Widow or Eternals, one of MCU's mysterious project. With the year almost coming to an end, it's time to finally put this awful year behind us and focus on 2021, which we hope will bring us a little bit more joy. Lucky for us, the next 12 months are sure to be quite chaotic in terms of movie releases.
Another classic Tom Cruise outburst
If there's one movie that we cannot wait to see in 2021, it's the new Mission: Impossible in which will unfold the new adventures of Ethan Hunt. The movie is set to be released in November 2021—if everything goes according to plan.
We may not have had news from the Mission: Impossible team since Fallout in 2018, but fans will be thrilled to know that not one but two movies are scheduled to come out in the next two years! That's right, with the 7th instalment coming out in 2021, the 8th instalment of the series will follow shortly after and is set to come out in 2022. Needless to say, Tom Cruise has been working hard these past months. He is currently filming in the UK and The Sun has just proved to us that everything's not easy breezy on set with the actor. In an audio recording published online, we can hear the 58-year-old actor yelling—nay screeching—at film crew members for not respecting social distancing rules.
Take a listen for yourself...
'If I see you do it again you're f***ing done'
In a recording lasting an unbearable 2 minutes and 20 seconds, you can hear the actor completely losing it over staff not respecting COVID-19 regulations. In the midst of a pandemic, which has had a crushing effect on the entertainment business, his anger may be justified, but could have probably been voiced differently.
We don't know exactly when the recording took place, but we can only imagine that the next days of filming will be a little tense, to say the least. In the meantime, Mission: Impossible is set to become a major box-office success and we can only guess that Tom Cruise is probably feeling the pressure.