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Travel: The difficult love of Emily Blunt with Tom Cruise

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  Norwegian Cruise Line drops COVID-19 testing, vaccination and masking. Should you take a cruise without these? Experts weigh in. The cruise line cites 'significant, positive progress in the public-health environment' as part of its decision to loosen its public-health policy.Norwegian Cruise Line, one of the largest cruise lines in the world, said Monday that passengers will no longer be required to show they are vaccinated against COVID-19, show the results of such a test, or wear a mask. The new policy goes into action Tuesday. Harry Sommer, chief executive of Norwegian Cruise Line  cited “significant, positive progress in the public-health environment.

The two actors played together in the action and adventure film 'The Edge of Tomorrow' in 2014 and when Emily, 39, became emotional because Injuries caused to her ribs by the heavy robotic costume she had to wear, she said that Tom gave her less than sympathetic advice.

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Emily Blunt says that Tom Cruise told him "to stop being such a p ****" during the shooting together.

The two actors played together in the action and adventure film 'The Edge of Tomorrow' in 2014 and when Emily, 39, became emotional because of the injuries caused to her side by the heavy robotic costume that She had to wear, she said that Tom gave her less than sympathetic advice.

Emily told Podcast 'Smartless': "We had to wear these enormous costumes, which would have been great if we had created them in synthetic images, but we wanted to do it in a tactile manner. When you hear the tactile word, you think it sounds well and cozy; These costumes were nothing cozy. He was so heavy. The first time I put it on, I started to cry and [Tom] did not know what to do. He looked at me and said to me, 'I know, I know, I said:' Tom, I don't know how I will be able to do this shooting 'and I started to cry. I said 'I feel a little panicked about all the shooting. " »

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