Cruise speaks about his movie "Edge of Tomorrow" in Tokyo, June 27, 2014.
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LOS ANGELES: "Mission: Impossible 6" has halted filming after Tom Cruise broke his ankle in a stunt, the director confirmed this week.Known for performing his own death-defying stunts, Cruise was injured as he leapt between buildings while attached to cables, slamming into a concrete wall.McQuarrie posted a link to an article with British film magazine Empire, in which he said his star was "in very good spirits".He rejected reports that Cruise had fallen short on the jump, filmed in central London Saturday, maintaining that the star was always supposed to slam into the side of the target building. Earlier this year, during the promotional tour for the summer blockbuster "The Mummy," Cruise's co-stars revealed the actor is not just single-minded when it comes to doing his own stunts, but cajoles his fellow cast members to get involved too.
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