Tom Cruise has returned to the London set of "Mission: Impossible 6" to film the same stunt he broke he ankle working on past year. It was almost a decade later that the Tom Cruise-led Mission: Impossible feature film would turn the small screen spy series into a hugely-successful cinematic franchise.
Christopher McQuarrie, who previously helmed Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation, is once again writing and directing the sequel, which is now set for a July 27, 2018 release.
"On the fourth try, he hit the building at a slightly different angle and he broke his ankle".
Traffic was halted Saturday on Blackfriars Bridge and boats were kept from the area as the film star performed the stunt over the Thames River.
Mission: Impossible 6 is set for release on 27 July 2018. The tireless actor is back to work for the first time since breaking his ankle in August 2017 and, as usual, performing his own daredevil stunts! Production should now be close to wrapping, and Cruise is currently preparing for his return as Maverick in the long-rumoured Top Gun sequel, which is expected to shoot this year.
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