Tom Cruise is reportedly taking drastic measures to keep the coronavirus away from the set of his newest movie.
Considering the growing number of positive COVID-19 cases, this could be mission impossible.
The Sun reported the actor built a studio on a former top-secret United Kingdom military base to keep everyone secure from the coronavirus. Tom, who is a producer of "Mission: Impossible 7," spent millions to move the set to a former tank design base in Longcross in Surrey.
Tom made headlines earlier this month when audio leaked of him berating several "Mission: Impossible" crew members for violating COVID protocols.
In the expletive-laced tirade, Tom yelled, "They are back there in Hollywood making movies right now because of us, because they believe in us and what we're doing. We are creating thousands of jobs."
"I don't ever want to see it again. Ever! And if you don't do it, you're fired, and I see you do it again, you're f–ing gone," he screamed, arguing they are the "gold standard" of filmmaking.
During his outburst, he noted how important the film was from a financial standpoint.
"You can tell it to the people who are losing their f—ing homes because our industry is shut down. It's not going to put food on their table or pay for their college education. That's what I sleep with every night," he said. "So I'm sorry, I am beyond your apologies. I have told you, and now I want it, and if you don't do it, you're out."