Tom cruise flew in to film in London for a couple of hours before the new restrictions
Tom cruise managed to land in London just a few hours before the entry into force of the regulations under which all arriving from abroad have to spend in quarantine for two weeks, reports The Sun.
The government has decided to introduce new restrictive measures on Monday, 8 June, and the 57-year-old Hollywood actor Tom cruise landed at the airport Biggin Hill in the suburbs of the British capital on Sunday evening.
He came, to resume filming the seventh part of the "Mission impossible", which is held near Oxford in an abandoned base of the Royal air force.
"It is no coincidence That it arrived on Sunday evening, the crew didn't want the main character had to sit in isolation for 14 days", — said the publication of the trusted source.
Flight from Florida to the UK took him 11 hours. It is assumed that the actor will live in London and fly to the shooting by helicopter.