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Tom Cruise’s ‘Mission Impossible’ Helicopter Disrupts the Filming of PBS Show ‘Call the Midwife’

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Mission Impossible movies contain a lot of gunfire and explosions. But while filming Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning part two in the UK, Tom Cruise is reportedly causing a different kind of problem: his helicopters are so noisy that they disrupt other nearby productions.

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Strong PBS series Call the midwife – which stars Jenny Agutter as a nun named Sister Julienne and is set in the 1950s – filming in the same area as Cruise’s movie, and the actress and her costars are forced to reshoot scenes due to the decidedly anachronistic sound of modern helicopters.

A joke to the MirrorAgutter reportedly said, “Tom Cruise keeps ruining our filming by landing his helicopter right outside of where we’re shooting.”

When asked if she would tell the action star, Agutter said, “In my habit! Imagine. ‘Excuse me Tom, but look, we’re trying to film. Get out quick!'”

As the title implies, there is one Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning part onewhich will hit theaters on July 14, 2023. Part two will premiere a little less than a year later, on June 28, 2024. As long as there are no angry fake nuns who delay filming with noise complaints.

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