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Tom Cruise Limps Away After Stunt On 'Mission: Impossible 6'

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After a stunt gone wrong on the London set of “Mission: Impossible 6," Tom Cruise struggled to walk on an injured right leg. During the stunt, Cruise jumped from rigging set up on the top of one building onto the rooftop of another. Unfortunately, Cruise fell short on the jump. He had to catch himself on the building’s edge. After pulling himself up, he tried to continue the take by running to his next mark, but he couldn’t put weight on his right leg. He quickly fell to his knees.


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