Tom Cruise injured on the set of 'Mission Impossible 6'
14 August 2017, 12:11 | Santos Harmon
Tom Cruise Injured in 'Mission Impossible' Stunt
Cruise was filming the latest in the lucrative action series Mission: Impossible in an unknown part of the capital, although some on social media suggest that the film set is on the northern banks of The Thames.
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.
Tom is known for performing his own spectacular stunts, and his M:I 6 stunt is tipped to "top anything that's come before". In the film, Cruise's character clings on the outside of a plane, and he performed it all himself!
Be that as it may, he landed short and smashed hard into the side of the building.
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The actor is now in London shooting the highly-anticipated action flick. He is seen pulling himself up on the wall of the building he leaped toward, but then has difficulty walking before members of the film crew come to his assistance.
No word yet on the accident's impact on the London-set production.
Meanwhile, producer David Ellison previously revealed that Cruise has been "training for a year" for his role in "Mission: Impossible 6". "It is absolutely unbelievable-he's been training for a year". The extent of his injuries remains unclear. The film will also star Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson, Ving Rhames, Michelle Monaghan, Henry Cavill, Angela Bassett, and Alec Baldwin.
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