Tom Cruise reportedly Injured while attempting Mission Impossible 6 Stunt

Tom Cruise reportedly Injured while attempting Mission Impossible 6 Stunt

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.

Tom Cruise was seemingly left injured during a building jumping stunt for Mission Impossible 6. He is eventually pulled away by members of the crew.

Footage of the stunt, in which the 55-year-old actor takes a running jump between two building rooftops, has leaked online.

In video got by TMZ, Cruise is appended to a saddle while making the jump.

The extent of the star's injuries are unknown, as his representatives could not immediately be reached by the Daily News.

Cruise was tethered when he performed the stunt.

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By nightfall, cranes aided by floodlights began to remove the wreckage off the tracks to allow rail traffic to resume. One of the trains was travelling from Cairo , the other from Port Said, according to local media.

The accident happened while filming scenes for the movie in London.

The 55-year-old actor was filming the latest movie in the 'Mission: Impossible' franchise - in which he plays International Monetary Fund agent Ethan Hunt - over the weekend when he was hurt on set.

Robert Elswit, director of photography for 2015's "Rogue Nation", said Cruise will "figure out a way to do" any stunt himself.

We have all been eagerly anticipating the new Mission Impossible expected to be in cinemas on July 27, 2018.

Tom plays Ethan Hunt in the smash hit series, which also stars Henry Cavill, Simon Pegg, Jeremy Renner and Vanessa Kirby, with details of the plot being kept under wraps.

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