Tom Cruise broke his ankle mid-stunt, leaping from one roof to another. He pulled off the painful, complicated move, landed a bit funny, and kept on filming. We cover that here. The foot looks a little gruesome in the side video — take a look. Feet don’t work that way.
So, what’s the perfect way to heal?
How about doing 106 insane High Altitude Low Open skydives while waiting for your ankle to knit?
Also known as HALOs — dives in which you in which you open your parachute at a low altitude, after stratospheric entry — Cruise discusses, at length, his unusual drop into Paris for Mission Impossible: Fallout. This detailed article covers what it took to make this scene a reality, in his latest (and some say best) Mission Impossible blockbuster hit.
Here’s the official featurette of Cruise’s HALO dive experience:
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