Hollywood is taking to social media in reaction to Tom Cruise's viral COVID-19 rant, mostly standing in solidarity with the actor.

Cruise lashed out at workers who failed to follow coronavirus protocols while on set for "Mission: Impossible 7." In audio obtained by The Sun, Cruise condemns the offenders, saying "I don’t ever want to see it again! Ever!”

Cruise continued, yelling, “And if you don’t do it, you’re fired, and I see you do it again you’re f---ing gone!"


"I get it," talk show host Whoopi GoldbergWhoopi GoldbergMeghan McCain, Whoopi Goldberg spar over Biden's outburst at CNN reporter Meghan McCain, Joy Behar argue over GOP support for Gaetz Obama calls on governments to 'do their part' in increasing global vaccine supply MORE said on ABC's "The View" in response to the Academy Award nominee's outburst. 

"Some people don't understand why he would get so angry," Goldberg said in Cruise's defense while discussing the incident Wednesday. "That's his movie. If he goes down with COVID, the movie's done."

Actor Josh Gad echoed Goldberg's sentiment, tweeting, "Tom Cruise is correct here FYI. Sorry/Not sorry."


“He didn’t overreact, because it is a problem,” actor George Clooney told Howard Stern Wednesday in a radio interview

Actress Hilarie Burton Morgan applauded Cruise for taking the coronavirus so seriously.

"I've never liked him more!" she wrote. "Can I just blast this at the supermarket?"

Mike Scully also noted that the general public could use a Cruise scolding.

In an appeal to the actor, Scully wrote, "Please come yell at America."