Tom Cruise sure did experience a fallout for not double checking his look for the premiere of his movie 'Mission Impossible: Fallout' in Tokyo. On Wednesday (July 18), Tom arrived at the premiere looking dashing in his black suit but there was one problem with it, his zip was undone. Accidentally unaware of what had happened, Tom waved at the crowd beaming with happiness.
In the photos obtained by Daily Mail, Tom caught soon realized the wardrobe malfunction and managed to get things in order before heading to the stage for the premiere alongside co-stars Henry Cavill, Christopher McQuarrie, Tom Cruise and Simon Pegg. While Tom carried on rest of his appearance in style, the actor recently revealed his leg has not fully recovered.
Speaking with Alison Hammond on 'This Morning', the actor admitted that his leg is still healing from the incident that took place 11 months ago on the sets of 'Mission Impossible'. The actor discussed the stunts people can get to see in the upcoming movie. "Mission: Impossible – Fallout is jam-packed with action... I've been doing this my whole life, climbing on trees, breaking bones," he said.
"I broke an ankle, so they were concerned with running the film. Even though it's still broken, I went through great rehab," he added. Tom proved that he was completely dedicated to his role and was up to take on any role that was put forward for him. "I actually flew the helicopter. It's very dangerous!" he said.
Even though for Tom it all sounds like an adventure, Alison grew worried and asked, "Do you think you could ever lose your life?" To this, the actor replied, "Yes, but I train really hard so that won't happen. I love flying, I trained for the movie, so I enjoy it." After the incident occurred, the shooting for the movie took a backseat for two months as Tom tried to recover from his injuries. Paramount released a statement with regard to the same but insisted that the movie will be released on its set date.
"During production on the latest Mission: Impossible film, Tom Cruise broke his ankle while performing a stunt," the statement read, as reported by the tabloid. "Production will go on hiatus while Tom makes a full recovery, and the film remains on schedule to open July 27, 2018. Tom wants to thank you all for your concern and support and can't wait to share the film with everyone next summer."
Tom even recalled the accident while appearing on 'The Graham Norton Show'. "I was chasing Henry and was meant to hit the side of the wall and pull myself over but the mistake was my foot hitting the wall,” he explained. “I knew instantly my ankle was broken and I really didn’t want to do it again so just got up and carried on with the take. I said, ‘It’s broken. That’s a wrap. Take me to hospital’ and then everyone got on the phone and made their vacation arrangement.”