Tom Cruise injured filming stunt on 'Mission: Impossible 6' set

Share

The sixth installment in the "Mission: Impossible" franchise is now shooting in London.

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. During the famous Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation stunt that had Cruise hanging on the outside of a plane, the actor was hit by a runway particle.

Mission: Impossible 6, starring Cruise, Simon Pegg, Henry Cavill, Alec Baldwin and Michelle Monaghan, is slated to hit theaters July 27, 2018.

Canadian women blank Wales at rugby World Cup
There would be no let-up in the second half as New Zealand ran in a further 10 tries, with Woodman claiming half of the tally. Harvey scored her first try of the game - and Canada's second - in the 81st minute.

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. He was able to get back up, but he continued to limp as he made his way off of the set. He then returned to the rigging via wire supports and walked away from the area with a noticeable limp. It is now unclear how serious the injury is.

Cruise was even getting injuries in the early days of the franchise when he was about 20 years younger. We're going to have big, fast machines.

It's unclear how badly Cruise was injured or whether it will affect filming.

Share