Tom Cruise is a one-of-a-kind actor. I mean, how many actors do we know who does his own stunts at 55 years old? While this specimen of a man continues to wow fans on screen, behind the scenes, he also gets bruised up quite badly while jumping off cliffs and climbing up towers. That is the case when the actor jumped off a building while filming "Mission Impossible 6." A failed stunt left the actor limping off the set and obviously hurt.

'Mission Impossible 6' stunt fail: Tom Cruise injured

In a video obtained by TMZ, the "The Mummy" actor was in London filming the next installation of the cult hit "Mission Impossible." In one of the scenes, Cruise attempted to jump off a rigging onto another building.

However, the stunt failed, and he crashed into the wall of the building pretty hard, leaving Tom Cruise injured. The actor managed to hoist himself up the wall but later collapses. The crew had to help the actor of his harness as he limped off the set.

Several news sources have tried to reach out to Cruise, but representatives of both the actor and Paramount Pictures have yet to respond and comment on the situation. The extent of Tom Cruise's injury has yet to be revealed.

Facts about 'Mission Impossible' stunts

Cruise has been in London for a few months now, filming the sixth installment of the movie franchise. "Mission Impossible" is best known for outrageous stunts, and the 55-year-old actor does all of them by himself.

In "Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation" the actor clung to the side of a flying plane. He also climbed the highest tower in the world, the Burj Khalifa, in "Ghost Protocol." In true Tom Cruise fashion, "Mission Impossible 6" is no different and the actor is focused on doing his own stunts again.

According to PEOPLE, the Oscar-nominee was earlier seen filming in Paris, on top of a roof with helicopters around.

Speaking about the stunts, Tom Cruise will be working on in the sixth film, Skydance Media CEO David Ellison said they would be absolutely unbelievable.

“What Tom is doing in this movie I believe will top anything that’s come before. It is absolutely unbelievable—he’s been training for a year. It is going to be, I believe, the most impressive and unbelievable thing that Tom Cruise has done in a movie," Ellison told Collider.

"Mission Impossible 6" release date is scheduled for next year. The movie will also star Henry Cavill and Rebecca Ferguson, as well as older cast members Alec Baldwin and Simon Pegg.