‘Mission: Impossible 7’ Covid-19 Supervisor Details Norway Shoot, Safeguards (Exclusive)

In recent years, Norway has become the backdrop to major studio films like “Black Widow,” “Dune,” “Tenet” and James Bond film “No Time to Die.” The latest tentpole in town was Paramount Pictures’ “Mission: Impossible 7,” one of the first studio films to resume shooting after seven months on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic.For the last six weeks, director Christopher McQuarrie, star Tom Cruise and the rest of the “Mission: Impossible 7” team have been filming action-packed scenes in Western Norway, featuring the Orient Express.

On Monday, McQuarrie marked the end of the Norway shoot with an Instagram post thanking an “endlessly enduring” Norwegian crew that made production possible.

Filming has now moved on to Rome, Italy.Sigmund Elias Holm of the Western Norway Film Commission explains that “Norway launched its [tax] incentive in 2016, around the same time as ‘Ex Machina’ introduced our fresh locations to global audiences.” There

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