Tom Cruise heads out for a stroll in Venice during a break from Mission Impossible 7 filming

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He’s been putting in the hours to finish his work on Mission Impossible 7.

And Tom Cruise was in good spirits as he arrived on-set to film more scenes at Doge’s Palace in Venice on Friday. 

The actor, 58, cut a laid-back figure as he donned a black face mask to head out into the Italian city.

Casual: Tom Cruise, 58, was in good spirits as he arrived on-set to film more scenes at Doge's Palace in Venice on Friday

Casual: Tom Cruise, 58, was in good spirits as he arrived on-set to film more scenes at Doge’s Palace in Venice on Friday

Tom wrapped up in a cosy black padded jacket and a matching mask as he headed out for a walk to the set.

The action star waved to onlookers as he exited his hotel to resume filming on the blockbuster.

Last week, Tom reportedly held crisis talks with Mission Impossible 7 director Christopher McQuarrie days after 12 people on set reportedly tested positive for COVID-19. 

Out and about: The actor cut a laid-back figure as he donned a black face mask to head out into the Italian city

Out and about: The actor cut a laid-back figure as he donned a black face mask to head out into the Italian city

Wrapped up warm: Tom wrapped up in a cosy black padded jacket and a matching mask as he headed out for an evening walk

Wrapped up warm: Tom wrapped up in a cosy black padded jacket and a matching mask as he headed out for an evening walk

On a break: The action star waved to onlookers as he exited his hotel as he prepared to complete filming on the blockbuster

On a break: The action star waved to onlookers as he exited his hotel as he prepared to complete filming on the blockbuster

Drama: Last week, Tom reportedly held crisis talks with Mission Impossible 7 director Christopher McQuarrie days after 12 people on set reportedly tested positive for COVID-19

Drama: Last week, Tom reportedly held crisis talks with Mission Impossible 7 director Christopher McQuarrie days after 12 people on set reportedly tested positive for COVID-19

Production woes: Filming had already been delayed for months after COVID-19 spread across Italy, leading the release date to be pushed back to November 2021

Production woes: Filming had already been delayed for months after COVID-19 spread across Italy, leading the release date to be pushed back to November 2021

Health chiefs were said to be tracing the contacts of those who tested positive after filming was suspended, dashing hopes it was an isolated case. 

It appeared to be yet another blow for the action movie franchise after filming was suspended earlier this year during the first European wave of coronavirus when cases rose sharply in Italy.

The actor and the director, who worked together on previous Mission Impossible movies and Jack Reacher, were deep in conversation at their luxury base in the city, days after the situation came to light, but filming has now been allowed to continue with production restarting on Monday.   

Get to work! Later Tom was seen heading down to the canals to film more scenes for the much-anticipated blockbuster

Get to work! Later Tom was seen heading down to the canals to film more scenes for the much-anticipated blockbuster

Busy: He was seen chatting to crew members ahead of boarding one of the gondolas

Busy: He was seen chatting to crew members ahead of boarding one of the gondolas

Low-key: Tom has been hard at work filming the seventh instalment in the Mission Impossible series

Low-key: Tom has been hard at work filming the seventh instalment in the Mission Impossible series

Generous: It was reported this summer that Hollywood legend Tom hired a £500,000 ship for the film's crew in Norway to avoid any coronavirus-related delays

Generous: It was reported this summer that Hollywood legend Tom hired a £500,000 ship for the film’s crew in Norway to avoid any coronavirus-related delays

Back to it: On Thursday some of the film's crew were seen preparing the set at Doge's Palace to record more scenes

Back to it: On Thursday some of the film’s crew were seen preparing the set at Doge’s Palace to record more scenes 

Safety first: The team donned protective masks as they prepared the Palace set for the much-anticipated seventh film in the series

Safety first: The team donned protective masks as they prepared the Palace set for the much-anticipated seventh film in the series

Earlier this year, filming for the upcoming action movie was halted in Italy after cases of coronavirus rose sharply. 

The crew and actors headed to Norway to film ever since, before returning to Italy to continue with scenes once it was safe to do so.

It was reported this summer that Hollywood legend Tom hired a £500,000 ship for the film’s crew in Norway to avoid any coronavirus-related delays.

Filming had already been delayed for months after COVID-19 spread across Italy, where production had been based in March, leading the release date to be pushed back to November 2021. 

Sailing away: They prepared gondolas to row across the canal for the filming

Sailing away: They prepared gondolas to row across the canal for the filming

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