It has been more than a month since the filming of "Mission Impossible 6" needs to be on hiatus for a while to give more ample time for Tom Cruise's injured ankle to fully recover. The bankable actor has now returned to start filming the much-awaited movie of all time.
It was previously reported that the movie will go on hiatus ranging from six weeks to three months. It seems like Cruise cannot wait that long and returned at once to start off where he left. He injured his ankle while doing a stunt that went wrong on the roof of Baynard House located in the Blackfriars district of London in August.
It was not distinguished at first how serious was his injury. It was just known after several days that production needs to be put on hold until Cruise's ankle is healed which took several weeks. Hollywood is in shock of what happened because the action star had made a lot of movies and never encountered serious injuries before, according to Mail Online.
The 55-year-old actor stars as Ethan Hunt in the movie "Mission: Impossible 6" where its franchise was launched in 1966. In ran in CBS television series for seven years with 171 episodes. A rebooted series of the franchise made a comeback in 1988 on ABC but was unsuccessful to drive audience leading to its cancellation after running for two seasons.
ComingSoon reports that after almost a decade, "Mission Impossible" which stars Cruise made the TV spy series into a giant and lucrative cinematic franchise. And now that he is back to shoot again the movie, he is now doing stunts more caution. He is reportedly getting back into action while doing stunts in a truck and piloting the helicopter.
Cruise co-stars with Alec Baldwin, Angela Bassett, Henry Cavill, and Rebecca Ferguson among others. Christopher McQuarrie will once again write and direct "Mission Impossible 6" just like he did in "Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation". Fans will experience the non-stop action and heart-pounding stunts delivered by Cruise which is slated on July 27, 2018.