Mission Impossible studio Paramount sues insurers over Covid costs
The Guardian says Paramount Pictures, the studio behind the Mission Impossible: 7 film, is suing its insurance company, accusing it of failing to cover the costs of a string of Covid-related production stoppages.
Production of the film, starring Tom Cruise as secret agent Ethan Hunt, has been stopped seven times since filming first began in Venice in February 2020, just as the pandemic began to gain pace in Europe.
Filming was stopped later that same month and was not able to restart as scheduled in Rome last March, after the Italian government introduced a nationwide lockdown to try to control the pandemic.
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