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14 August 2017, 01:25 | Cassandra Thompson
Tom Cruise appeared to injure himself while filming a stunt for “Mission Impossible 6” Sunday in London
When filming Edge of Tomorrow in 2014, he avoided an accident after co-star Emily Blunt was in a high-speed driving scene.
Actor Tom Cruise appeared to injure himself Sunday when he slammed into the side of a building during a jumping stunt on the London set of "Mission Impossible 6".
In a video obtained by ABC News, the actor is seen leaping off a platform, while attached to a bungee cord.
The sixth installment in the Mission Impossible franchise is now shooting in London. He is seen pulling himself up on the wall of the building he leaped toward, but then has difficulty walking before members of the film crew come to his assistance.
This mission wasn't quite possible for Tom Cruise.
Cruise is famous for performing most of his own movie stunts. He then returned to the rigging via wire supports and walked away from the area with a noticeable limp. When I started producing 'Mission: "Impossible, ' I started developing different action around what I could physically train to do".
He said: "What Cruise is doing in this movie I believe will top anything that's come before. It is absolutely unbelievable-he's been training for a year", David told told Collider.
The extent of Cruise's injuries aren't known.
Mission: Impossible 6, starring Cruise, Simon Pegg, Henry Cavill, Alec Baldwin and Michelle Monaghan, is slated to hit theaters July 27, 2018.
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