Tom Cruise Injured On Mission Impossible 6 Set And It Looks Serious!

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14 August, 2017

Tom Cruise was left limping after a failed stunt on the set of his Mission: Impossible 6 film in London.

In video got by TMZ, Cruise is appended to a saddle while making the jump.

After Cruise stands, hobbling a few more steps, he eventually is pulled back to the first building via his safety wires, where he walks away, escorted by the crew.

Cruise has a ton of experience performing his own stunts, which have played a large role in the marketing of the Mission: Impossible film series. According to TIME, Cruise previously filmed a stunt on a roof before but that time it was in Paris.

However the 55-year-old appears to come up short on the landing and hits the side of the building.

You see Cruise try to limp away and then collapse.

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When he arrived at the rigging area, some members of the crew checked his injury to make sure he was alright.

Tom is now on set in London and he was wearing a safety harness during the time of the accident.

No stranger to wild stunts, Cruise has upped his game for Mission: Impossible 6, reportedly working for an entire year in preparation for a single stunt.

"What Tom is doing in this movie I believe will top anything that's come before", said Ellison.

The extent of his injuries are unclear at this time. Also starring are Henry Cavill, Rebecca Ferguson, Angela Bassett and Alec Baldwin.


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