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

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He is well known for doing his own stunts and even hung off an Airbus 400 airplane in one of his past Mission Impossible movies. 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. During the famous Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation stunt that had Cruise hanging on the outside of a plane, the actor was hit by a runway particle.

Tom Cruise appears injured after slamming into a wall while filming a stunt for the upcoming movie "Mission: Impossible 6".

TMZ posted video of the action, where the 55-year-old actor was wired to an overhead rig while performing a building-to-building jump Sunday in London. The extent of his injuries are now unclear.

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.

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Mission: Impossible 6 is now expected to hit theaters on July 27, 2018.

No matter how serious the injury is, we hope Tom Cruise is doing all right and he'll be back to work quickly.

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

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