Tom Cruise injured on the set of 'Mission Impossible 6'

Tom Cruise injured on the set of 'Mission Impossible 6'

Tom Cruise injured on the set of 'Mission Impossible 6'

Brave Cruise, 55, who loves doing his own stunts, was wearing a high wire during the building jump for the latest Mission Impossible film. The Mission: Impossible franchise has become a consistent showcase for at least one wild stunt that Tom Cruise has made a decision to do himself.

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Mission: Impossible 6 star Tom Cruise limped away following what appears to be a stunt gone wrong. Cruise was strapped into a safety device during the stunt but fell short when he jumped between the buildings. Once unhooked from the harness on the other side, he limps away, presumably to get checked out by the medic on set. While the complete details are a bit murky at time of reporting, what's clear is that Cruise's injury could affect the filming schedule for Mission: Impossible 6 and, furthermore, it could affect the film itself. Cruise explained, "I was hit by a tiny particle from the runway and I literally thought it broke my ribs". 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.

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It's hard to assess how impactful this accident will be to the production since we don't know the extent of his injuries.

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