Not even a pandemic could stop Tom Cruise from finding someone special.
The 58-year-old actor is reportedly dating his “Mission: Impossible 7” co-star Hayley Atwell, 38.
A production source in the film told The Sun in the UK on Friday that the couple “succeeded from day one”.
“The blockade and all the difficulties that arose with it brought them even closer and they became an inseparable family,” the insider claimed.
Representatives for the stars did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
Cruise was first married to actress and producer Mimi Rogers from 1987 to 1990. In the same year, he tied the knot to his second wife, actress Nicole Kidman. The couple has two children: Isabella, 27, and Connor, 25. The couple gave up in 2001. Then, in 2006, Cruise told actress Katie Holmes once again. That union lasted until 2012. They have a 14-year-old daughter named Suri.
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The former “Agent Carter” star was dating Evan Jones for two years before breaking up in 2015, Page Six reported.
According to The Sun, Cruise will take a break from filming “Mission: Impossible 7” for an early Christmas break. The press reported that Friday will be his last day on set for that year, and from there, Cruise plans to take his private plane to Miami, where he will spend some time with his son Connor.
“It’s been tiring to keep production on track for so long and it doesn’t get any easier – Christmas can’t come soon enough,” said an inside agent. “Tom has decided he is ready for a break and will now finish filming for 2020 on Friday and fly to Miami on the weekend with his private jet to spend Christmas with his son.”
The source added: “It’s the end of a really tough year and a little free time seems like a good idea for everyone, because tensions have been building for some time.”
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During his initial tirade, Cruise alluded to his exhaustion when he claimed to be in constant contact with studios, insurance companies and producers, as the production “Mission: Impossible 7” was seen as the “gold standard” for filming in the middle of the pandemic.
“The first outburst was big, but things haven’t calmed down since then. The tension has been building for months and this was the last straw,” another source said. “Since it went public, there has been more anger and more employees have gone.”
Paramount representatives did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
The audio of his first debate went viral a few days ago.
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“We’re creating thousands of jobs, your mother …” he shouted after apparently seeing two crew members standing next to each other. “I never want to see him again. Anytime. And if you don’t, you’re fired and I see you do it again, you’re gone.”
He later added, “We’re not closing this movie. Is that okay? If I see it again, you’re gone.”
The film, which is played and produced by Cruise, is currently released in November 2021.
Nate Data from Fox News contributed to this report.