Tom Cruise encountered a panic stricken incident on October last. According to the report, a trailer on the set of his upcoming feature “Jack Reacher: Never Go Back”, the follow-up to the 2012 original film, had exploded. Go on reading the scoop to know the details.
As reported earlier, the much awaited film sequel starring Cruise as Lee Child’s literary hero; a is a former military policeman who roams the country kicking butt and righting wrongs will be shot on a $60 million budget. Edward Zwick, who directed Cruise in “The Last Samurai”, is helming “Never Go Back” and adapted the screenplay with Richard Wenk and Marshall Herskovitz.
Now what makes the news is, the 53-year-old actor has been in the New Orleans area to film the second installment of “Jack Reacher” and a fire erupted on the Louisiana set. Numerous trailers have been set up in an RV park for the production but unfortunately one of them unexpectedly burst into flames, lighting up the night sky. It was a wardrobe trailer that caught on fire, though it’s unclear what sparked the blaze. The on-set inferno didn’t seriously injure anyone. An unharmed Cruise was reportedly nearby the engulfed wardrobe trailer when it caught fire.
Though the venue had to be evacuated, Cruise and the attendees were not in harm’s way. Emergency responders rushed to the scene to battle the blaze, which filled the sky with billowing clouds of smoke.
In a crazy coincidence, the trailer fire happened less than a week after Whoopi Goldberg faced a similar situation. As Gossip Cop reported, “The View” host was in the middle of a stand-up show in Canada when her tour bus went up in flames. Catastrophe struck a different Cruise film in early September, when a small plane assigned to the crew for his upcoming crime-thriller “Mena” crashed in Colombia, killing two people.
The sequel to 2012’s action flick, “Never Go Back” is scheduled to make its way out across the United States on October 21, 2016.
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