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Tom Cruise Still Injured and Limping During 'Mission Impossible 6' Filming

Tom Cruise clearly has not recovered from the broken ankle and other injuries he suffered during filming "Mission Impossible 6"... and it's evident from the video. You see Tom with a pronounced limp as he walks with co-star Rebecca Ferguson during…
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