Henry Cavill, Tom Cruise, Simon Pegg On The Graham Norton Show

Emilio Banks
January 27, 2018

Tom Cruise has revealed that the sixth Mission: Impossible film will be titled Fallout. "I spend 8-10 hours a day, seven days a week in rehab because we still have some major stunts to do". "I knew instantly it was broken".

Tom Cruise badly injured himself while jumping from one high rise building to another in London a few months back and the production was stalled.

"It's still broken, but I'm doing well", Cruise said in a clip from Friday's episode of The Graham Norton Show. While you don't see bone or blood, you can see his foot move in a way that was never intended.

'I said, "It's broken. That's a wrap. Take me to hospital.' And then everyone got on the phone and made their vacation arrangements". While there was some amateur footage and snapshots of Cruise's stunt going wrong (although he was always supposed to slam into the side of the building, his ankle wasn't supposed to break against the wall), we now have a close-up look of what happened thanks to footage Cruise brought to The Graham Norton Show when he was a guest alongside co-stars Rebecca Ferguson, Henry Cavill, and Simon Pegg. The City of Love is, of course, just one of the numerous locales the Mission: Impossible - Fallout story will take viewers.

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After showing footage from behind, from the side and in front, Norton marveled that Cruise began to run again after sustaining the injury, to which Cruise replied, "I didn't want to do [the stunt] again". Release date of the film is announced to be on 27 July, 2018 which suggests that trailers will be started dropping very soon.

In it the photo, we see Bassett's character, the yet-unnamed director of the Central Intelligence Agency, and Cavill's equally mysterious man walking around the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France.

He said: "There is one big set piece, which has been two years in the planning. We do an aerial helicopter sequence, which in terms of action is the largest we have ever done", he remembers.

The snap first surfaced on The Graham Norton Show, but quickly made its way to Twitter.

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