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Tom Cruise Film in Germany Delayed

Shooting on "Mission Impossible 3" will be pushed back from late August 2004 to summer 2005 because its star and producer Tom Cruise was forced to find a new director. Filmmaker Joe Carnahan quit over "creative differences," said Felix Neunzerling, a spokesman for Germany's Studio Babelsberg, where the sequel will be made. Jeffrey Abrams, creator of the successful US television series "Alias," had agreed to sign on as director, Neunzerling said. Cruise is said to have already signed an option to rent a lakeside palace compound in Berlin to accommodate himself and his entourage during the filming at a cost of more than €30,000 ($37,000), according to AFP.

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