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13 August 2017, 10:04 | Anna Nguyen
Cruise is no stranger to stunt work, having performed all manner of unsafe stunts in past "Mission: Impossible" flicks - including hanging onto the exterior of a jet plane as it took off.
Tom Cruise sustained an apparent injury while performing a stunt for the upcoming "Mission: Impossible" sequel in London that left him limping and seemingly in pain. The video was published Sunday by TMZ.
The actor is now in London shooting the highly-anticipated action flick. Cruise seems to make the impressive leap but appears to not land properly, instead slamming into the side of the building.
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The video appears to show Cruise hitting the building hard, and then limping away tenderly after getting back on his feet. 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. After collapsing in front of them, he's carried by wires to the rig he jumped from, and then taken away from the set.
"Mission: Impossible 6", also starring Rebecca Ferguson, Henry Cavill and Simon Pegg, is set for release in July 2018.
"Mission: Impossible 6", starring Cruise as International Monetary Fund agent Ethan Hunt, is scheduled to be released July 27, 2018.
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