Tom Cruise Gets Injured Doing Dangerous Movie Stunt

Tom Cruise Injured in 'Mission Impossible' Stunt

Cruise is now shooting the sixth installment in the "Mission: Impossible" franchise in London. The actor is back to performing his own stunts again for Mission: Impossible 6, with him reportedly doing two showstoppers himself.

Oh no! Tom Cruise appeared to be injured while filming a stunt on the set of his upcoming movie, Mission Impossible 6. But he fell short and slammed hard into the side of the landing building.

After Cruise pulled himself onto the roof, he briefly continued the scene by limping off camera, nearly looking like the fall short was a planned part of the stunt.

In TMZ's photos and video of the incident, Cruise limped away the from mishap and collapsed, only to try limping again to the edge of the building before safety team members pulled him back.

The nature and extent of Cruise's injuries aren't known at this time. Cruise explained, "I was hit by a tiny particle from the runway and I literally thought it broke my ribs".

Mission: Impossible 6 is now expected to hit theaters on July 27, 2018. It is going to be, I believe, the most impressive and unbelievable thing that Tom Cruise has done in a movie, and he has been working on it since right after "Rogue Nation" came out. There's no word on whether production will be delayed due to this injury, but as soon as any new information surfaces, we'll let you know.

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