Published: Sun, August 13, 2017
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Tom Cruise Has Been Injured On The Set 'Mission: Impossible 6'

Tom Cruise Has Been Injured On The Set 'Mission: Impossible 6'

Brave Cruise, 55, who loves doing his own stunts, was wearing a high wire during the building jump for the latest Mission Impossible film.

The latest part of the franchise is now being filmed in London and is expected to arrive in cinemas on July 27, 2018. The actor is back to performing his own stunts again for Mission: Impossible 6, with him reportedly doing two showstoppers himself.

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While he's known for pulling off some epic stunts in films like The Mummy and the Mission: Impossible films, a new report has emerged that states actor Tom Cruise suffered an injury on the set of Mission: Impossible 6. He came in just a few inches short of clearing it, which is when the lower half of his body collided with the side of the building.

After Cruise pulled himself onto the roof, he briefly continued the scene by limping off camera, nearly looking like the fall short was a planned part of the stunt.

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Cruise attempted to limp away, but then collapsed!

Cruise was even getting injuries in the early days of the franchise when he was about 20 years younger. Plus, during Mission: Impossible II, the actor tore his shoulder while jumping across a cliff-face. No word yet on the accident's impact on the London-set production.

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