Transcript for ‘Mission: Impossible 7’ resumes production in UK
Lara, we love you but Sam champion has us a little giddy this morning. Look at that. Good morning to you, sir. Good morning, T.J. I like the "Pop news" because it's like regular news but a little less filling. We begin with movie news and Hollywood getting back to business across the pond. "Mission: Impossible: 7" was filming near London before the lockdowns and now they're getting help from the uk government to get back to work. Culture secretary Oliver Dowden announcing they will exempt some of the U.S. Actors and crew from its 14-day travel quarantine so that Hollywood blockbusters, ladies and gentlemen, can resume production. Now, this comes just a week after he spoke to cruise himself about the plans on how "Mission: Impossible 7" can safely resume making it mission possible. Right now it's slated to hit theaters in the fall of 2021. Now Paris Jackson who is opening up in a new series, Michael Jackson's daughter who by the way is now 22 years old, how time fly, gorgeous, is giving the public a never before seen view inside her private life including her relationship with boyfriend and band mate Gabe Glen. In a new series on Facebook watch called unfiltered, Paris Jackson and Gabriel Glynn revealing struggles with body image and self-esteem. This is an exclusive clip. Take a look. I do believe that beauty is in the eye of the beholder and I think more than what I look like, if someone finds me beautiful then I really appreciate that because I have a lot of ink securities. There are a couple of things I probably want to fix about myself. I'm not even close to loving myself. Absolutely beautiful, beautiful, beautiful lady. The series follows Paris and Gabe as they find their own voice and sound and it's difficult in the shadow of her famous father so check out Facebook watch every Tuesday for a new episode of "Unfiltered." Finally, ladies and gentlemen, you can say "I do" and supersize me at the same time. Weddings are already different in the time of coronavirus, and so one Australian company is letting couples say "I do" at a different kind of altar, the dashboard. I do drive-through connects couples with owe fishants and photographers in your area holding a 20-minute drive-through ceremony but don't you don't have to head down under to tie the knot this way. The company just launched right here in New York City as well as New Jersey and Vegas. The capital of drive-through wedding. The owe fish yapts meets the couple by their car, vows are exchanged following social distancing rules and paperwork and rings passed through the open windows. I do drive-through saying marriage and love is still essential even in this time of a pandemic. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you "Pop news." Thank you, Sam champion.
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