Production shut down on "Mission: Impossible 6" after star Tom Cruise broke his ankle while performing a stunt for the film during its London-based shoot.
Paramount Pictures said that production will go on hiatus while Cruise makes a full recovery.
TMZ posted a video Sunday that showed a tethered Cruise leaping to a building, hitting its side and then crawling over the top and running away. After he finished the take, Cruise is seen limping, though he was able to rappel back to the building he jumped from.
The 55-year-old actor is known for performing many of his own stunts. The studio said that the film remains on schedule to open on July 27, 2018.
Aretha Franklin to retire to Detroit
Aretha Franklin is set to retire in her hometown of Detroit and plans to open a nightclub in the city. The legendary soul singer told the Detroit Free Press that she is moving from her longtime home in Bloomfield Hills, Mich. She also wants to open a small club that she plans to call Aretha's. The 75-year-old said she'd like to sing at the club "from time to time" and host performers that are favorites of Detroit residents. The Queen of Soul announced her retirement this year and said 2017 would be her last year of doing concerts. She plans to continue recording and is working to complete a new album.
Cash family speaks out against hate
The children of Johnny Cash are asking white supremacists and other hate groups not to wear or use the country singer's name or image. In a Facebook post shared by Cash's daughter Rosanne and son John Carter Cash, the siblings said they were "sickened" to learn a self-proclaimed neo-Nazi was wearing a T-shirt with their father's name at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va. The post said the late country music legend's heart "beat with the rhythm of love and social justice" and that Cash would be "horrified at even a casual use of his name or image for an idea or a cause founded in persecution and hatred." They requested his name "be kept far away from destructive and hateful ideology." The post, also signed by Kathy, Cindy and Tara Cash, said the family values love and kindness, respects diversity and cherishes "our shared humanity." Johnny Cash died in 2003.
Delay: Katy Perry said she's pushing back the start of her new tour because of "unavoidable production delays." The pop star's "Witness: The Tour" will now begin Sept. 19 in Montreal. The tour was originally planned to kick off Sept. 7 in Columbus, Ohio. The singer also announced that Carly Rae Jepsen, Noah Cyrus and Purity Ring will open for her on the road.
'Total eclipse': Some cruise passengers will have the ultimate soundtrack for Monday's eclipse when Bonnie Tyler sings her hit "Total Eclipse of the Heart" on board. Royal Caribbean said the Welsh singer will be backed by Joe Jonas' band DNCE for a performance as part of a "Total Eclipse Cruise."