Tom Cruise injured on MI6 set

Kelly Massey
August 14, 2017

However, the star of the 6 part movie, Tom Cruise, according to TMZ sustained an injury while attempting a building jump stunt on the set of Mission Impossible 6.

Seeing how Cruise is integral to such an action-heavy movie, his inability to work due to this injury could greatly affect the production process, similar to what happened with Harrison Ford after suffering an injury while filming The Force Awakens.

In a video obtained by ABC News, the actor is seen leaping off a platform, while attached to a bungee cord.

You see Cruise try to limp away and then collapse.

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TMZ posted video of the action, where the 55-year-old actor was wired to an overhead rig while performing a building-to-building jump Sunday in London.

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.

In addition to the rooftop leaping scenes, Cruise has also been filming risky stunts in Paris, reports The Telegraph, including one in which he slams a motorcycle into a vehicle before flipping through the air. "It is absolutely unbelievable-he's been training for a year", David told told Collider. The extent of his injuries are now unclear.

"Mission: Impossible 6", also starring Rebecca Ferguson, Henry Cavill and Simon Pegg, is set for release in July 2018.

Other reports by Guamnewswatch

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