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13 August 2017, 09:36 | Max Haynes
Tom Cruise appeared to injure himself while filming a stunt for “Mission Impossible 6” Sunday in London
Tom Cruise has reportedly suffered an injury while filming Mission: Impossible 6. 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. TMZ released video Sunday morning of the actor attempting a leap across a gap, only to fall short, and walk away with a limp. According to video footage of the incident obtained by TMZ, the Top Gun star paused for a moment after he crashed into the building, then lifted himself up and over the ledge onto the roof.
After hoisting himself onto the building, Cruise limps before collapsing near crew members. One of them notices and helps to maneuver him back to the platform, where he is then guided off set. The extent of his injuries are still unknown. No word yet on the accident's impact on the London-set production.
Representative for Cruise did not immediately respond to Variety's request for comment. However, as mentioned, the situation does seem serious and that could have a very real impact on the filming process.
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