Tom Cruise Shows Slow-Mo Footage Of His Mission: Impossible Injury!

Posted January 27, 2018

Cruise suffered his injury last August, forcing production on the movie to shut down. Cruise said that hitting the wall was part of the stunt. I said, "It's broken".

With filming on Fallout back underway, a mended Cruise has been on a social media sharing binge.

Mission: Impossible - Fallout will open in theaters on July 27, 2018. After all, he has that impervious superman image to uphold. Filming still has not completed, but Paramount expects to get the movie out on time this summer. Of course, stunts are nothing new for the actor, who has now become famous for his death-defying acts. What does that suggest lies in store for Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) and his International Monetary Fund buddies? Filming was put on hold for seven weeks following his injury.

Cruise explained on "The Graham Norton Show" that he was always supposed to miss and hit the building. Cruise showed the leap from multiple angles, including a side-view that revealed exactly what happened.

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"I was chasing Henry [Cavill] and was meant to hit the side of the wall and pull myself over but the mistake was my foot hitting the wall".

It is INSANELY painful to watch - but frankly pretty cool of Tom to do!

Directed by Christopher McQuarrie, Mission: Impossible Fallout will also feature Henry Cavill, Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson, Ving Rhames, Sean Harris, Angela Bassett, Vanessa Kirby, Michelle Monaghan, Alec Baldwin, Wes Bentley and Frederick Schmidt. I knew instantly it was broken and just got up and carried on with the take.

"Everybody said, when you ran out of the shot, 'Oh, that's so him, '" Pegg joked.

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Tom Cruise broke his ankle after a Mission: Impossible 6 stunt went very, very wrong - a stunt that went so tits-up, in fact, that his ankle is actually still broken.

Meanwhile, Empire magazine talked to director Chris McQuarrie about the title choice.

And, ever the daredevil, Tom also spilled the beans on some of the film's most incredible stunts, in a bid to top the moment Ethan Hunt clung to the edge of a plane taking off in the fifth film.

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