National Enquirer : 2020-11-09

NEWS FOR YOU : 34 : 34

NEWS FOR YOU

FOR YOU — — a a — NE AMERICA’S MOST TALKED ABOUT MAGAZINE 34 NOVEMBER 9, 2020 NATIONAL Osbourne threw the doll away when he saw it Robert brings bad luck! Policlinic­o Umberto I Protests outside the hospital Giancarlo Cenciarell­i Tom with “M:I 7” director Christophe­r McQuarrie in Rome on Oct. 10 T OM CRUISE and his “Mission: Impossible” team caused “chaos” at an Italian hospital by filming there during the COVID-19 pandemic! Tom and his crew, including 100 security staffers plus trucks and other equipment, descended on the Policlinic­o Umberto I in Rome for a week. Legions of fans also flocked to the filming, creating even more commotion on streets outside the hospital. Adding to the bedlam, the production commandeer­ed an elevator, drawing criticism as hospital staff were treating 140 coronaviru­s patients, with 12 in intensive care. “The situation has been chaotic. ‘Mission: Impossible’ brought an additional risk factor to Umberto I hospital,” Giancarlo Cenciarell­i, General Secretary of the trade union CGIL in Italy, which represents hospital workers, told The National ENQUIRER. “Doctors, nurses and technician­s are working full capacity and do not need distractio­ns. In my opinion this could have been avoided.” Filming was done in an administra­tive section of the hospital, but still sparked an official protest as well as complaints from trade union members. “We have nothing against Tom Cruise or the crew, but “The hospital shooting didn’t affect the quality of service the hospital was able to provide.” Tom did not respond to our request for comment. A source said: “The film crew took every precaution. They have been very respectful and safe, and they were granted the permission to film in the hospital. “They were doing nothing wrong, but people’s lives were literally at stake here!” CRUISE HOSPITAL SHOOT IS BAD MEDICINE