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VIDEO: Did you See Tom Cruise Break His Ankle Filming This Stunt? Re-Watch Moment Here ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

The legendary actor continued filming Mission: Impossible Fallout despite the injury ๐Ÿฅ

Tom Cruise broke his ankle performing a stunt on the set of Mission: Impossible – Fallout in London, England and we can bring you Exclusive footage from behind-the-scenes of the movie that you might never have seen before.

Shot in August 2017 Tom was luckily wearing a harness as he used his arms and legs to propel him between two roofs in London near St Paulโ€™s Cathedral. However, the legendary Top Gun and Risky Business actor fell short of the roof and crashed into the side of the building with his ankle first…Ouch!ย 

But Tom Cruise was never meant to clear the wall. He explains: โ€œI was chasing Henry and was meant to hit the side of the wall and pull myself over but the mistake was my foot hitting the wall,โ€ he explained. โ€œI knew instantly my ankle was broken and I really didnโ€™t want to do it again so just got up and carried on with the take. I said, โ€˜Itโ€™s broken. Thatโ€™s a wrap. Take me to hospitalโ€™ and then everyone got on the phone and made their vacation arrangement.โ€

Tom Cruise performed an incredible stunt on set of Mission: Impossible Fallout but the actor broke his ankle during the scene! ยฉ The Mega Agency
Tom Cruise performed an incredible stunt on set of Mission: Impossible Fallout but the actor broke his ankle during the scene! ยฉ The Mega Agency

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Written by Connor Claire

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