About 200 Norwegians will be able to work on the filming of “Mission Impossible 7” in Møre og Romsdal, writes Åndalsnes Avis.
According to the newspaper, the filming will happen in Rauma and Stranda in September. Last week, it was announced that the major production with Tom Cruise as the main role will be exempted from the entry restrictions.
During the filming, there will be a crew of 200 foreigners and 200 Norwegians, according to the documents the newspaper had approval to show.
The American production will carry out a number of strict infection control measures and they have announced that they, among other things, will have daily self-declarations and temperature measurements. Health care professionals will also be present at all times, and they will have a mobile test lab for Covid-19.
Mission Impossible 7 has been awarded NOK 50 million from the Norwegian Film Institute. The last Mission Impossible movie made a number of recordings in Norway, and many intense scenes were filmed at the Pulpit Rock in Rogaland.
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