Earlier this week, Tom Cruise suffered an harm on the set of Mission: Unimaginable 6—as a result of he’s a 55-year-old man who insists that Scientology magic provides him the facility to do ridiculous stunts—and now it seems just like the harm was dangerous sufficient that it’s going to trigger some complications for the film’s manufacturing firm. Cruise apparently broke his ankle whereas making an attempt to leap from one constructing to a different, however since Mission: Unimaginable isn’t the type of collection that may ever waste time on a scene the place Cruise’s character sits down or walks on crutches for a couple of minutes, manufacturing has been shut down whereas he recovers.
That comes from Deadline, and whereas issues sounded pretty dire for the film at first, Paramount has issued a press release that makes it appear to be every thing will probably be alright. The assertion acknowledges Cruise’s accident and says that manufacturing has gone on hiatus, however the studio claims that the film will nonetheless meet its launch date subsequent July with none delays.
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