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Tom Cruise appears injured after Mission: Impossible 6 stunt

13 August 2017, 09:32 | Myron Mathis

Tom Cruise appeared to injure himself while filming a stunt for “Mission Impossible 6” Sunday in London

Tom Cruise appeared to injure himself while filming a stunt for “Mission Impossible 6” Sunday in London

The actor was injured on set in London Sunday while filming a stunt for "Mission: Impossible 6", the latest flick in his blockbuster franchise, according to video obtained by TMZ.

The latest part of the franchise is now being filmed in London and is expected to arrive in cinemas on July 27, 2018.


In the video, Cruise, 55, can be seen leaping off of a platform onto the roof of a building, but coming up just short, crashing into the side of the building instead of landing on top of it. The actor was attempting to leap from a rigging onto a building when he felt short of the mark and "hit the building pretty hard." . He is able to hoist himself up, but walks with a visible limp before collapsing next to crew members. The extent of the injury are unclear. There's no word on whether production will be delayed due to this injury, but as soon as any new information surfaces, we'll let you know.

A request for comment from Cruise's rep wasn't immediately returned. However, as mentioned, the situation does seem serious and that could have a very real impact on the filming process. "It's going to be a competition film, like the first one... but a progression for Maverick", Cruise teased. We wish Tom Cruise the best, and hope he recovers quickly. In the original Mission: Impossible, when the actor ran from the exploding aquarium restaurant, he hurt his ankle.



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