Tom Cruise injured filming stunt on 'Mission: Impossible 6' set

Tom Cruise has been injured while attempting to do his own stunts on the set of “Mission Impossible 6”

Tom Cruise has been injured while attempting to do his own stunts on the set of “Mission Impossible 6”

He then was pulled back to the scaffolding as a crew member went to assist him, removing the safety rope and briefly holding Cruise's hand as he steadied himself and limped away.

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

It appears that Tom Cruise has suffered an injury on the set of Mission: Impossible 6.

In addition to the rooftop leaping scenes, Cruise has also been filming risky stunts in Paris, reports The Telegraph, including one in which he slams a motorcycle into a vehicle before flipping through the air.

In the clip, Cruise, attached to a pulley system, can be seen limping after coming up short on his jump.

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The unsafe stunt was performed today, and soon after, the star began limping, worrying his staff and crew.

In Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation, Cruise filmed a sequence as he hung from A400 plane in mid-air.

"I do everything I can do to entertain the audience", he said at the time.

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

The actor has also recently been seen taking helicopter lessons, reportedly for his upcoming "Top Gun" sequel "Top Gun: Maverick". It's scheduled for release in July next year. The cast includes Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson, Ving Rhames, Michelle Monaghan, Henry Cavill, Angela Bassett, and Alec Baldwin.

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