Oliver Dowden, Britain’s minister of digital, culture and media, said in a Twitter post on Sunday that the UK had introduced an exemption for visitors to be quarantined, providing an exception for movie stars such as Tom Cruise so they could produce the best blockbusters again,media reported. As Dowden’s tweet writes, the exemption includes wealthy Hollywood movie stars who are not affected by the virus.
Unsurprisingly, Dowden’s tweet was slammed by netizens.
Of course, there is a good chance that there will be teams and a robust health care infrastructure around the blockbuster crew and big-name actors like Artongo, so that they have been tested for the new crown virus before they arrive in the UK.
It is reported that this is Daodon last week with Atango and others on how to restart the next “Mission Impossible” production of the conversation. “The world’s biggest blockbusters and high-end TV shows are made in the UK,” Dowden said in a statement. We want the industry to bounce back and keep a small number of important actors and staff out of quarantine as part of our commitment to keep cameras running safely. “
On sunday, the British government announced a 1.57 billion pound rescue package to help the struggling arts industry. The news was posted on Twitter by British Prime Minister RishSunak: