Hollywood actor Tom Cruise, 57, and the crew of “Mission Impossible” which is set to be filming in Venice, have been quarantined over a corona virus threat, which is spreading through Italy, according to the Jerusalem Post, citing British actor Simon Peg.
Tom Cruise is said to have arrived in Venice on February 20th to film the seventh sequel to “Mission Impossible.”
Due to the epidemic of the corona virus spreading through Italy, the entire crew is housed in isolation at the lavish Gritty Palace Hotel.
It is pointed out that no one of the crew members has contracted the corona virus, but they will be quarantined until at least the second of March.
Curiously enough, the shooting was canceled even before Tom Cruise arrived in Italy, so now the question that arises is whether he is in isolation at a luxury hotel or not.
The film was due to be shot in Venice over the course of three weeks, but the project was suspended due to the rapid spread of the disease.
According to the latest information, 1,188 people have contracted corona virus disease in Italy, and 29 have died so far.