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Tom Cruise Injured Performing Mission: Impossible Stunt

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During filming of Mission: Impossible 6, Tom Cruise has reportedly injured himself performing a stunt. For years Cruise has prided himself on performing his own stunts; most recently he did 64 takes in zero gravity to bounce around the cabin in a plunging aircraft in The Mummy. The actor has most famously pushed the limits in his Mission: Impossible films. He's back to performing his own stunts again for Mission: Impossible 6. But it appears that he fell short trying to pull off a risky maneuver. According to TMZ, Cruise was injured during a building-jumping stunt Sunday on the London set of the film. The actor was attempting to leap from a rigging onto a building when he felt short of the mark and “hit the building pretty hard.”


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