Tom Cruise Reveals Health Recovery After Getting Injured In Making The ‘Mission: Impossible 6’

By partha das | Sep 19, 2017 07:04 PM EDT
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Famous Hollywood actor Tom Cruise finally reveals that he is recovering from his recent injury. The actor broke his ankle while performing a stunt for the upcoming movie "Mission: Impossible 6".

On Monday, Tom Cruise gave an update to ExtraTV on the progress of his recent injury. The actor reported his quick healing and thanked for the well-wishes and the messages. He even revealed that he would begin the shooting of the upcoming movie "M: I6" in a couple of weeks.

Last month Tom Cruise got injured while performing a stunt in London for the movie "Mission: Impossible 6". During this stunt, Cruise jumped from a rooftop between two buildings and slammed into the wall. The stunt went wrong, and the actor ultimately broke his ankle.

This incident halted the production of the upcoming movie. After the incident, the production studio of the film, Paramount Pictures, stated about the delay in filming, according to People. It is quite obvious that the production of the movie will begin after Tom Cruise's full recovery. Notably, the movie is scheduled to open on July 27, 2018.

The statement from the Paramount Pictures even suggested that Tom Cruise thanked people for their support and concern. It is a well-known fact that many times Cruise performs his own stunts. The actor scaled the Burj Khalifa in Dubai while performing a stunt in the movie "Ghost Protocol". He even completed a serious stunt in the film "Rogue Nation".

Notably, Tom Cruise shared words about his recovery with AJ Calloway in London where the actor promoted the film "American Made". The plot of the said film is based on a true story about an airline pilot of the '80s who turned the drug smuggling CIA informant. Tom Cruise plays the role of Barry Seal in this film. The movie will land in theatres on Sep. 29, and the actor is now gearing up for its release.

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