Tom Cruise creates Covid-secure studio at former top secret military base to finish Mission: Impossible 7 filming

TOM Cruise is creating a Covid-secure studio to complete his blighted big-money Mission: Impossible 7 movie.

The actor and producer, 58, now secretly dating Brit co-star Hayley Atwell, is spending millions adapting a former MoD base.

Insiders say Cruise is hell-bent on wrapping up the movie soon without further costly ­coronavirus disruptions.

Production will be moved to former top secret tank design base Longcross in Surrey from Leavesden in Herts — where Tom raged at film workers who were not socially distancing.

He was seen yelling: “If I see you do it again, you’re f*g gone. And if anyone in this crew does it, that’s it.”

Five staff are said to have walked out following the outburst earlier this month.

Cruise has faced two halts in production in Italy because of coronavirus — once after a report of a positive test on set.

He got permission to resume shooting in the UK in July after a personal plea to Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden.

It has not been all doom and gloom for Cruise. He is said to have grown close to Hayley, 38, as shooting has gone on.

A production source said: “Tom and Hayley hit it off from day one.

“Lockdown, and all the difficulties that came with it, brought them closer together.

“They’ve been meeting after hours and she’s been to his London pad.

“They get on brilliantly. Both seem very happy.”

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