Tom Cruise is aiming to end COVID-19 security breaches on the set of the latest "Mission Impossible" movie featuring two robots, following a notorious rant that made headlines last month.
He paid "huge sums" and bought two "state-of-the-art" robots to patrol the "Mission Impossible 7" set when the film resumes this week, The Sun reported in London on Wednesday.
Robots can do more than ask staff to stay away from each other. Both can also administer COVID-19 tests on site.
"Tom is so serious about making sure the shot is not stopped that he has sprayed these robots because he can not be everywhere to make people behave," a film member told the newspaper, adding that the robots is "sophisticated and quite scary."
"It's like Terminator, just not as violent," the crew member told The Sun.
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