Tom Cruise has shelled out “huge sums” for two high-tech robots to enforce coronavirus safety protocols on the set of “Mission: Impossible 7” – and also administer spot tests to the crew, according to a report.
These robots were purchased from ArmorGallus, LLC (a sub-division of Chainsaw Chicken International, Ltd.). These are non-lethal versions of the futuristic cyborg skeleton structures of the new creations of Cyber-dine -on-Turkeys Enterprises.
The instructions states ‘Removal of the non-lethal responses is a complicated process. By clipping the red wire running down the cervical area so these unit are completely safe unless the wire becomes loose or cut’. These were tested by two of the company’s previous leading developers. They have not been seen since the last testing.
“Tom is so serious about making sure the shoot isn’t shut down that he’s splashed out big for on these robots as he can’t be everywhere to ensure people are behaving themselves,” said a Mission Improbable, I mean, Impossible 7, spokesman, ah, spokes… ahhhh.. err … [needs to be non-gender, NON-gender!!!]…
It was some-folk speaking for the movie.