Tom Cruise reportedly injured in 'Mission: Impossible 6' stunt

13 August, 2017, 22:06 | Author: Laverne Higgins
  • Run up Despite his high-wire heroics his typically well coiffed quiff remained intact during his rooftop stunt

Cruise is well known for doing his own stunts, which have included hanging off the side of an airplane in Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation in 2015 and scaling the world's tallest building - Dubai's Burj Khalifa - in 2011's Mission: Impossible - Ghost Patrol.

Tom Cruise has been injured during the filming of a stunt on the set of Mission Impossible 6. Per a video released via TMZ on August 13, #TomCruise is seen performing a stunt where he has to jump from a rig to a rooftop while assisted by safety wires.

You see Cruise try to limp away and then collapse.

The star took a moment, crouching down with his hand to his forehead, Tom Cruise style, and then then limped back to the edge of the building. The extent of his injuries are still unknown.

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We won't be seeing the new Mission Impossible movie until summer 2018 and it promises to be exactly the same as the previous 5 Mission Impossible movies! The extent of his injuries remains unclear. However, as mentioned, the situation does seem serious and that could have a very real impact on the filming process.

This mission wasn't quite possible for Tom Cruise. "It's going to be a competition film, like the first one... but a progression for Maverick", Cruise teased.

"Mission: Impossible 6", starring Cruise as International Monetary Fund agent Ethan Hunt, is scheduled to be released July 27, 2018.

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