Mission Impossible 6: 'Biggest stunt EVER' - Henry Cavill thought he would DIE


"I spent 8-10 hours a day, seven days a week in rehab because we still have some major stunts to do". "That's a wrap. Take me to hospital" and then everyone got on the phone and made their vacation arrangements".

The Hollywood superstar, 55, broke his ankle jumping between buildings in London for an action scene in the movie, resulting in the film shoot being halted. I thought I'd have at least six months off'.

"It's still broken but I'm doing well", he told United Kingdom chat show host Graham Norton.

Discussing how he sustained the injury, he explained to Graham he was chasing co-star Henry Cavill during filming when he mishandled a stunt.

All signs point to the first Mission: Impossible - Fallout trailer coming our way during the Super Bowl, which means we have a little over a week to go before the sixth Mission: Impossible movie is unveiled.

Mission: Impossible - Fallout will open in theaters on July 27, 2018. "I can't wait for you guys to see more".

Luckily the leading man was not bedridden for too long, as Tom was spotted back on set in Brentwood, Essex in October.

Ferguson, who appeared in the fifth Mission: Impossible instalment Rogue Nation and reprises her role as MI6 agent Ilsa Faust in the new film - Mission: Impossible - Fallout - added that she has not been affected too much while being pregnant.

In another post, Tom Cruise shared a sneak-peek of his daredevilry in the film. We do an aerial helicopter sequence, which in terms of action is the largest we have ever done. The film also stars Henry Cavill, Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson, Ving Rhames, Sean Harris, Angela Bassett, Vanessa Kirby, Michelle Monaghan, Alec Baldwin, Wes Bentley, and Frederick Schmidt. "It was incredibly exhilarating and unsafe".

The Graham Norton Show airs on Friday 26 January at 10.35pm on BBC One.