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Tom Cruise slamming into brick wall during failed action stunt

Tom Cruise slamming into brick wall during failed action stunt

Tom Cruise has thrown the Mission: Impossible 6 filming into chaos after reportedly breaking two bones during a failed stunt scene in London.

While the extent of his injury is unknown, his rep and manager did not provide any comment to press. Cruise is said to be returning to the United States for treatment.

Based on captured footage from Blackfriars in Central London, Cruise attempted to jump from one building to another with a harness while cameras were rolling. However, he missed, hitting the side of the building before being shown limping away.

Cruise is not new to stunt injuries, especially for the Mission Impossible franchise.

Actor Tom Cruise broke his ankle during a stunt on set for the filming of the new Mission Impossible movie
MEGA Actor Tom Cruise broke his ankle during a stunt on set for the filming of the new Mission Impossible movie

The British newspaper The Sun reported on its website Tuesday morning that Cruise has two broken bones in his ankle, which potentially keeps him out of commission for months.

Cruise's other movies, ranging from 1986's "Top Gun" to 2017's "The Mummy" also saw the actor on serious action sequences, injuring the actor in one form or another. "He is the biggest star of this film, and everything revolves around him". Mission: Impossible 6 is scheduled for release on July 27, 2018. He handed the cover in Mission Impossible 6, game auto chases on a motorbike or doing high-flying to the heliport de paris-Bercy. "The movie's bosses had no choice other than to postpone the filming".

A serious injury which will require several months of convalescence and delaying the release of the action film.

Business Insider contacted Paramount Pictures and Cruise's rep for an update on his condition and did not receive an immediate response.

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