The famous dream factory cannot be brought to its knees by the corona pandemic either. As in the rest of the world, work on virtually all major film and TV productions has recently been paused in Hollywood, but the studios are now getting the green light to start again. Next week, from June 12th, may be stamped. California Governor Gavin Newsom (52) now said.
The film industry and the music industry can resume work, but must adhere to the regulations of the U.S. Department of Health in order to minimize the risk of infection with the virus.
On the set with a private jet?
An association of representatives of the US entertainment industry had previously sent a 22-page document to the political leaders of several states, which contained suggestions for possible security measures to ensure that the corona virus is not spread as far as possible. Actor, director and film producer Tyler Perry (50), among others, was one of the first to suggest that his colleagues be tested, self-isolated for 16 days, flown in by private jet and then tested again on Covid-19 to test his To be able to shoot studios in Atlanta again as soon as possible.
Work is also underway at other locations to get productions from upcoming blockbusters back on the road. British actor Simon Pegg (50, "Shaun of the Dead") recently confirmed to the industry magazine "Variety" that it was planned to resume production of "Mission: Impossible 7" in England in September.