George Clooney defends viral RANT to Tom Cruise in Mission Impossible 7 set

Just a day after Tom Cruise’s viral hype appeared on the set of Mission: Impossible 7, everyone in Hollywood seems to have a say in it, including George Clooney.

The 59-year-old actor and director was promoting his new movie The Midnight Sky in a virtual interview on The Howard Stern Show Wednesday.

When asked about Cruz’s screams, as he reportedly shouted at the crew for standing so close to each other on the set, Clooney defended his fellow A-list actor … although he admits he would have handled the situation differently.

George Speaks: Just one day after Tom Cruise’s viral hype appeared on the set of Mission: Impossible 7, it seems everyone in Hollywood has an opinion of it, including George Clooney

Tom yells: When asked about Cruise's screams where he was said to have shouted at the crew for standing too close to each other on the set, Clooney defended his fellow A-list actor ... although he admits he would have handled the situation differently ...

Tom yells: When asked about Cruise’s screams where he was said to have shouted at the crew for standing too close to each other on the set, Clooney defended his fellow A-list actor … although he admits he would have handled the situation differently …

He didn’t overreact because it’s a problem. I have a friend showing an ad on another TV show who just got the same thing with a not quite distant response, “Clooney started, although he didn’t specify which TV show.

Clooney, who is back in the director’s chair on The Midnight Sky, in which he is also involved, admitted, “I wouldn’t have done it that big.”

I wasn’t going to pull people out. You’re in a position of strength and that’s tough, right? He said of Cruz, who is not only the star but also one of the main producers in the Mission: Impossible franchise: You have a responsibility to everyone else and he’s totally right about that.

And you know, if production drops, many people lose their jobs. People should understand this and they should be responsible. It’s not just my technique, you know, to take everyone to do the job this way. “

Clooney added, “I think it doesn’t necessarily help pointing to specific people this way and doing it … But, you know, everyone has their own style. People who took part in this photo shoot will tell us more about it,”

I understand why he did that. He is not at all wrong with that. You know, just me, I don’t know I would have done it completely personally, but I don’t know all the circumstances, so he might have gotten it 10 or 15 times before, ‘Clooney added.

Doesn't help: Clooney added,

It doesn’t help: Clooney added, “I think it doesn’t necessarily help pointing to specific people this way and doing it … But, you know, everyone has their own style. The people who took part in this photo shoot will tell us more about it.

Filming was supposed to begin in Mission: Impossible 7 again in February, although it was delayed due to the spread of COVID-19.

Production began in earnest in early September, although production was briefly halted when 12 crew members tested positive for the COVID-19 virus.

There is no indication of how much shooting remains in the highly anticipated action sequel, which is scheduled to release on November 19, 2021.

Filming: Filming was supposed to begin in Mission: Impossible 7 again in February, although it was delayed due to the spread of COVID-19

Filming: Filming was supposed to begin in Mission: Impossible 7 again in February, although it was delayed due to the spread of COVID-19

Cruise returns as Ethan Hunt along with other mainstays of the franchise like Ving Rhames as Luther Stickell and Simon Pegg as Benji Dunn.

Elisa Faust and Vanessa Kirby also return to the white widow of director Rebecca Ferguson, in addition to Henry Cherney returning as Eugene Ketridge from the first film Mission Impossible in 1996.

Newcomers to this episode include Hayley Atwell, Isai Morales, and Boom Clementiv, with Christopher McCurry returning to writing and directing.

Return: Cruise returns as Ethan Hunt along with other mainstays of the franchise as Ving Rhames as Luther Stickell and Simon Pegg as Benji Dunn

Return: Cruise returns as Ethan Hunt along with other mainstays of the franchise as Ving Rhames as Luther Stickell and Simon Pegg as Benji Dunn

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