NEW YORK, NY - JUNE 06: Tom Cruise attends "The Mummy" Fan Event at AMC Loews Lincoln Square on June 6, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Donna Ward/WireImage)

The cast and crew of Mission: Impossible 7 would stay there so they can complete the filming of the movie.

Hollywood star Tom Cruise reportedly plans to build a “coronavirus-free” village for the cast and crew of Mission: Impossible 7 so they can complete filming for the movie without contracting the virus.

According to The Sun, Cruise plans to create a makeshift village on an abandoned RAF site in Oxfordshire. The actor and producer, along with their A-list cast, are reported to remain in Winnebago’s VIP trailers so they can protect the crew from getting the coronavirus.

“The movie has already been long overdue and there are no signs that things are going back to normal anytime soon, so this is a way to try to get things going quickly and safely,” said a source. .

The source added: “It’s also difficult to get hotel rooms right now, as most of them are closed for the foreseeable future, so either this or delaying things any longer will mean some of the bigger stars of the world will live together in an elegant camp while working alongside the rest of the team. It’s expensive, but Tom always does bigger and better things than anyone, and there’s a lot at stake in this movie, the ‘Mission: Impossible’ movies are massive box office hits and the studio is right behind getting this back on track. “

The news comes after several reports suggested that “Mission: Impossible 7” will resume filming in September. The COVID-19 pandemic was also said to have forced the team to move from Venice to the United Kingdom.

The movie also stars Simon Pegg, Alec Baldwin, Vanessa Kirby, and Rebecca Ferguson.

“Mission: Impossible 7”, directed by filmmaker Christopher McQuarrie, would be released on July 23, 2021. The release has been affected by the pandemic. Now, it will be November 19, 2021.