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Tom Cruise returns to shoot action scenes for Mission Impossible 7

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Days after 12 people on set allegedly tested positive for COVID-19, Tom held emergency talks with Mission Impossible 7 director Christopher McQuarrie last week. The Hollywood legend, 58, was seen on Monday filming scenes along the Italian city’s canals. 

The actor seemed to be acting on his own in the scenes, since he was the only individual seen filming with the crew. After filming was suspended, health chiefs were said to be tracing the contacts of those who tested positive, but production has now been allowed to resume. 

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‘There were times when I was really, really suicidal’ – Justin Bieber

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The singer admitted that he endured “consistent” pain when he was at the height of his fame as a teenager in his latest YouTube documentary, Justin Bieber: Next Chapter. He said, “There were moments when I was really, really suicidal.” 

Like, man, will this pain ever go away? It was so consistent,  the pain was so consistent.’  The 26-year-old singer went on to say how he empowers individuals to talk about their mental health issues openly. “I just would encourage people, like, ‘Hey, if you’re feeling lonely, talk about it. Say it out loud.’ There’s a freedom in that. I could have avoided a lot of pain.”

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Manager of Chadwick Boseman Pays Tribute to the Late Actor With an Arm Tattoo

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Chris Huvane from Management 360 posted a picture on Instagram and Facebook showing his new arm tattoo commemorating Chadwick Boseman, his long-time client and friend,” Now you’re forever near my heart, CB.

“That beautiful smile. We all miss you so much,” continued the post

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Boris Johnson promises lockdown will end on the 2nd of December

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Mr Johnson expalined in a Cabinet meeting today that Britain will inevitably “see losses running in the thousands” without the four week lockdown, but there is a “light ahead” for Britain. 

“We don’t want to do anything to repress democracy, we don’t want to do anything to hurt our economy, we don’t want to stop business from thriving.” But the lockdown could stretch past December 2 and even into Christmas as concerns rose, and Mr. Johnson vowed to keep it for just the four weeks.

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