In case you’ve been living under a rock, Tom Cruise is the most recent of actors to be injured on the set of his next movie, Mission: Impossible 6. It was reported that filming could be delayed by three months.

Variety reported that the London-based production will be on hold for “six weeks to three months”, to give Cruise time to recover. Paramount, the publisher of the movie, has not released an official statement yet, but Variety’s source claims that Cruise may have “broken his ankle in two places and hurt his hip”.

The original release date, July 27th, 2018, still hasn’t been changed, however, it is likely that there could be a delay. The schedules of other actors could be a problem for Paramount, as Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson and Henry Cavill all have other contracts with other companies that could further disrupt filming.

It was recently revealed that Henry Cavill, who plays Superman in the DC movies, would have to have his moustache digitally removed after Paramount refused to let him shave it for reshoots on the Justice League movie.

Recently, a stuntwoman on Deadpool 2 died after a motorcycle accident, which onlookers thought was part of the movie.

Films are risky business people, very risky.