Tom Cruise endured a big crash this week on the set of Mission: Impossible. Photo / Getty
The audio of Tom Cruise literally losing it on the set of the film Mission: Impossible went viral this week.
The actor shouted harsh words at workers who did not comply with the COVID-19 regulations.
“If I see you do it again, you’ll be gone,” yelled Cruise, 58.
The Hollywood megastar has worked tirelessly behind the scenes to enforce strict social distancing rules during filming, which takes place in the UK.
He became furious after seeing the two crew members standing within two meters of each other.
An audio recording, obtained and published by The Sunhad, catches Cruise screaming: “If I see you do it again, you’ll be gone. And if anyone in this crew does, that’s all – and you too and you too. And you, don’t be. ever do it again. “
He continued: “They are behind Hollywood making films now because of us.” We create thousands of jobs, you bastard.
“That’s all. No apologies. You can tell people who lost their homes because our industry closed.”
“We’re not closing this damn film. Is that understandable? If I see her again, you’re leaving.”
But Cruise isn’t the first actor to blow up on the job.
One of the most famous is Christian Bale who lost him on the set of Terminator: Salvation, originally acquired by TMZ.
The Director of Photography, Shane Hurlbut, walked in front of Bale’s eye line, distracting him.
During his explicit rant, Bale called him ‘p ** ck’ and demanded that he leave the set.
“Am I going to walk around and tear up your goddamn lamp in the middle of the scene…?” he is screaming. “Then why are you walking past? Ah da da da da, like this in the background. What’s wrong with you? What don’t you understand?”
Bale issued a lengthy apology at the time, saying: “I was broken beyond belief. I made no excuses for that.”
Lindsay Lohan is heard breaking it with co-star James Deen on the set of the 2013 erotic thriller The Canyons.
In one clip, Lohan is heard saying, “Please do your job.”
He continued: “No, you can do it … Please James, say your lines while you walk … because we do the exercises … do your job.”
Just then he told TMZ he wasn’t upset. “Not at all. You didn’t hear me laugh at that clip?”
LILY TOMLIN AND DAVID O. RUSSELL
Most explosions usually occur between actors and crew members, but this was between Lily Tomlin and director David O. Russell on the set of the 2004 film I Heart Huckabees.
In the footage that TMZ obtained, Lily was displeased with the directions given to her.
“Okay for God’s sake, let’s just take one line instead of changing everything,” he sighed.
“It’s very difficult to even create what you would do when it’s a constant attack of, ‘Change this, change this, do this, do this, no, wait, wait, do it differently, do it differently.’ Don’t let me start. “
Russel then kicked off a portion of the set, shouting, “F ** k you! I’m just trying to help the king, do you understand me? I’m being a collaborator.
“I worked on this damn thing for three damn years so that no one yells at me in front of the crew when I try to help!” He continued.
The director is suspected of getting into fights with other actors on set as well.
Most recently, in 2015, sources claimed she put Jennifer Lawrence into “devastation”.
On the set for the film Joy, a source said: “She was screaming at her. She was screaming at her. Her voice was loud.”
The director also hit George Clooney on the set of Three Kings.
Producer Charles Roven explained that: “George saw David talking with extras’ [assistant director], and it looks like he’s snapping at it. But he screamed to be heard. And George came running and went, ‘I told you, motherfucker, if you’re going to pick someone, pick me.’ And David said, ‘Why don’t you remember your sentence just once?’ And boom! They embrace each other, and they struggle. “
Star Trek actor William Shatner quarreled with the director while filming a commercial, became completely passive aggressive when asking the director to give him an example of how to say his lines.
In doing so, Shatner transcribed it exactly which resulted in very awkward audio.
“I thought it was close, ‘Shatner insisted, with the director asking:’ Are you making fun of me?
“Create the next paragraph for me, so I can get an idea of how you want it,” continued Shatner, before insisting: “I want to hear you read the second paragraph so I can do it that way.”
The conversation got a little hotter and even more condescending as it progressed.
Orson Welles is a very well known filmmaker, but the star still does some voice commercials from time to time.
On one occasion, while creating a commercial for frozen peas, Welles lost it to someone who asked him to repeat the sentence.
“Why?” Welles asked angrily. “I did it right.”
“I’m not used to having more than one person there, ‘he continued.’ One more word from you, and you leave, is that clear? I took direction from one man, under protest. But of the two, I don’t sit still. After all, who are you? “