George Clooney defends Tom Cruise’s viral RANT on the shoot of Mission: Impossible 7


Just a day after Tom Cruise’s viral rage on the set of Mission: Impossible 7, apparently everyone in Hollywood has an opinion of him, including George Clooney.

The 59-year-old actor and film director promoted his new film Midnight Sky in a virtual interview at the Howard Stern Show on Wednesday.

Asked what Cruise had to say about allegedly shouting at crew members that they were too close to each other on set, Clooney defended his A-list actors … though he admits he would have handled the situation differently.

George Speaks: Just a day after Tom Cruise exploded on the set of Mission: Impossible 7, apparently everyone in Hollywood has an opinion about it, including George Clooney

George speaks: Just a day after Tom Cruise exploded on the set of Mission: Impossible 7, apparently everyone in Hollywood has an opinion of him, including George Clooney.

Tom shouts: When asked about Cruise's interrogation, where he allegedly shouted at the crew because they were too close to each other on set, Clooney defended his fellow A-list actor ... although he admits he would have handled the situation differently.

Tom shouts: When asked about Cruise’s interrogation, where he allegedly shouted at the crew because they were too close to each other on set, Clooney defended his fellow A-list actor … although he admits he would have handled the situation differently.

– He didn’t overreact because that’s a problem. I have a friend who is on another TV show in AD and who has almost the same thing happened and wasn’t that far off the answer, ”Clooney began, though he didn’t identify the TV show.

Clooney, who returns to The Midnight Sky’s director’s chair, in which he also plays, admitted, “I wouldn’t have done that much.”

– You know, I wouldn’t have pulled people out. You’re in a huge position and tricky, aren’t you? You have a responsibility to everyone else, and you’re absolutely right about that, ”said Cruise, who is not only the star but one of the main producers of the Mission: Impossible franchise.

He didn't react too much: 'He didn't react too much because that's a problem.  I have a friend on another TV show in AD who had almost the same thing happened and wasn’t that far off the answer, ”Clooney began, though he didn’t identify the TV show.

He didn’t react too much: ‘He didn’t react too much because that’s a problem. I have a friend who is on another TV show in AD and who has almost the same thing happened and the answer wasn’t that far away, ”Clooney began, though he didn’t identify the TV show.

“And you know, if production drops, a lot of people will lose their jobs.” People need to understand this and be responsible. It’s just not my style to know I’m taking everyone to a task like this. “

Clooney added, “I don’t think it necessarily helps to point at people like that and do it … but you know, everyone has their own style. The people who were on this shoot tell me more about it,

– I understand why he did it. You are not wrong at all. You know, I just, I don’t know if I would have done it in person, but I don’t know all the circumstances, so maybe he’s had it 10 or 15 times before, ”Clooney added.

Doesn't help: Clooney added:

It doesn’t help: Clooney added: “I don’t think it necessarily helps to point and do specific people this way … but you know, everyone has their own style. The people who were on this shoot tell me more about it.

Not bad: 'I understand why he did it.  You are not wrong at all.  You know, I just, I don't know if I would have done it personally, but I don't know all the circumstances, so maybe he's had it 10 or 15 times before, ”Clooney added.

Not bad: ‘I understand why he did it. You are not wrong at all. You know, I just, I don’t know if I did it personally, but I don’t know all the circumstances, so maybe he’s had it 10 or 15 times before, ”added Clooney.

Filming was reportedly started back in February on Mission: Impossible 7, although it fell behind due to the spread of COVID-19.

Production began in earnest in early September, although production was halted for a short time when a positive result for 12 staff members was COVID-19.

There is no indication of how much time is left for filming at the long-awaited sequel, which will be shown on November 19, 2021.

Filming: Filming was reportedly started on Mission: Impossible 7 in February, although it was delayed due to the spread of COVID-19

Filming: Filming was reportedly started on Mission: Impossible 7 in February, although it fell behind due to the spread of COVID-19.

Cruise returns as Ethan Hunt alongside other franchise funds such as Ving Rhames, Luther Stickell and Simon Pegg, Benji Dunn.

Rebecca Ferguson returns as Ilsa Faust and Vanessa Kirby’s White Widow, and Henry Czerny returns as Eugene Kittridge from the first Mission: Impossible in 1996.

Newcomers to this section include Hayley Atwell, Esai Morales and Pom Klementieff, Christopher McQuarrie returns to writing and directing.

Return: Cruise returns as Ethan Hunt alongside other franchise funds such as Ving Rhames, Luther Stickell and Simon Pegg, Benji Dunn

Return: Cruise returns as Ethan Hunt alongside other franchise funds such as Ving Rhames, Luther Stickell and Simon Pegg, Benji Dunn