Tom Cruise has visited a COVID-19 vaccination centre to thank the frontline employees administering vaccines to susceptible sufferers.
The 58-year-old actor reportedly stopped off on the centre in London final week, the place he met with NHS employees who’ve been working tirelessly amid the continued pandemic.
A supply advised The Solar newspaper’s Weird column: “It’s well-known that Tom has been correctly hammered by COVID as he tried to finish work on his subsequent blockbuster.
“He advised his staff he needed to pay his private tribute to frontline well being employees who’ve helped get motion pictures again on observe. He visited NHS employees on the ExCel Centre in East London on Thursday.
“They have been actually shocked to see such an enormous film star. Tom needed to maintain it a secret and guarantee it was a pleasant shock for them.”
Tom’s particular go to comes after he went viral in December after a video surfaced of him raging at crew members on the set of ‘Mission: Unattainable 7’ – which has been filming within the UK – for not socially distancing on set, amid fears a COVID breakout may have shut down manufacturing.
He was seen yelling: “If I see you do it once more, you’re f****** gone. And if anybody on this crew does it, that’s it.”
Tom moved filming to the UK from the US after manufacturing was initially placed on maintain in March final 12 months because of the world coronavirus pandemic.
He took half in a video name with Tradition Secretary Oliver Dowden, who confirmed that filmmakers are exempt from quarantine guidelines for these arriving from sure international locations and defined how it might permit the blockbuster to renew filming at Warner Bros Studios in Leavesden.
Dowden wrote on Twitter: “New exemption from quarantine guidelines for filmmakers means we will begin making the very best blockbusters once more. Nice to speak to Tom Cruise final weekend about getting the cameras rolling once more on Mission: Unattainable 7.”
The politician added: “The world’s greatest blockbusters and high-end TV reveals are made in Britain. We wish the trade to bounce again and exempting small numbers of important forged and crew from quarantine is a part of our continued dedication to getting cameras rolling safely once more.”