Video recording shows Tom Cruise injuring self applied while filming stunt on ‘Quest: Impossible 6’ BY SAEED NASIR

Tom Cruise happens on the red carpet at the ‘The Mummy’ New York Enthusiast Event at AMC Loews Lincoln Square on June 6 in NEW YORK. Video was released August 13 demonstrating the professional injuring himself while filming a stunt for ‘Objective: Impossible 6’. File Photo by John Angelillo/UPI | Permit Photo
Aug. 13 (UPI) — Video recording released Weekend shows professional Tom Sail injuring himself throughout a stunt on the group of Quest: Impossible 6.

The video shows Sail, who normally works his own stunts, leaping off a ledge and onto the roof of another building with wired support from a contraption above. But the jump was just a little short and Luxury cruise doesn’t make the hop, but instead seems to hurt his knee before pulling himself up onto the roof structure.

Cruise trip is then seen limping on place, but didn’t look like seriously injured.

The 55-year-old celeb is famous for performing dangerous stunts on the group of his movies.

In 2011, during the filming of Objective: Impossible 4, Sail scaled the two 2,723-feet large Khalifa skyscraper in Dubai, known as the tallest man-made composition in the world. The stunt was considered so high-risk that the initial insurance provider for the movie didn’t want to make sure the stunt. But Cruise trip wanted to do the stunt, so the insurance provider was terminated and a fresh one was appointed to go through with the famous stunt.

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