Tom Cruise Injured While Filming Stunt on 'Mission: Impossible 6' Set

Posted August 14, 2017

Tom Cruise was seemingly left injured during a building jumping stunt for Mission Impossible 6.

TMZ video shows the 55-year-old actor slamming into a wall while on the set of "Mission: Impossible 6". Cruise then pulls himself up the side of the building, attempting to continue the action, but he quickly stops as he limps a few steps, momentarily dropping to his knees next to the camera crew. The extent of his injuries remains unclear. We have reached out to Paramount for comment.

Cruise was tethered when he performed the stunt.

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Tom Cruise is known for performing his own stunts in movies, but the danger is completely real.

In fact, Cruise was recently spotted filming some high-octane "Mission: Impossible 6" stunts in Paris, including riding a motorcycle that crashes into a vehicle and sends him flying into the air, and was also spotted parachuting from a plane in Oxfordshire.

He has been filming characteristically unsafe scenes in Paris, where he rode a motorbike into a auto before flying through the air, and Oxfordshire, where Cruise was photographed parachuting at the beginning of the month. One of his future projects will be a sequel for the the film that solidified his star status in Hollywood: Top Gun. Variety report that the new film will feature drone technology and fifth generation fighters, and focus on the end of an age of dogfighting. The film likewise stars Henry Cavill, Rebecca Ferguson, Angela Bassett and Alec Baldwin.

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