Tom Cruise
Tom Cruise makes a special theater visit at the 'Mission: Impossible - Fallout' Seoul Screening at Lotte Cinema on July 17, 2018 in Seoul, South Korea.Getty Images

Tom Cruise is busy globetrotting to attend the premieres of his upcoming action movie, Mission: Impossible - Fallout. The movie marks the sixth film in the franchise and the trailers look promising.

But before we get to see MI 6, we are getting to see a lot of Cruise courtesy the numerous premieres scheduled for the movie. As part of the multi-city travel plan, the Top Gun star was spotted in Tokyo recently stepping out to the red carpet with an unintentional wardrobe malfunction.

The 54-year-old actor looked dapper in a black suit and a purple tie as he smiled for the cameras during the event. But he wasn't pleasantly unaware that he forgot to zip his fly before making his way out.

He greeted fans and made his way for the press conference still uninformed about his wardrobe malfunction. However, the actor realised his pants were unzipped and quickly fixed it.

The makers of Mission: Impossible 6 have been hyping up the movie for a while now and Cruise too has been promoting the movie relentlessly. In a new video shared by the MI team, the makers tease five huge stunts from the movie.

One of the stunts was teased in the first trailer. Cruise will be seen jumping down a rope latched to a moving helicopter. "We could've done this with green screen but in true Mission Impossible fashion, we flew and we dropped Tom Cruise off of it," stunt coordinator Wade Eastwood said.

Another scene features Cruise involved in a motorcycle chase in Paris. A few shots from the scene surfaced online during the filming. One of the major stunts of Mission: Impossible 6 is the famous ankle-breaking scene. Fans would remember that during a chase scene, Cruise had to leap out of a window and while performing the scene, he broke his ankle.

The initial reviews of Mission: Impossible Fallout are out and they deem the sixth MI movie are the best of them all. "It's become the rare franchise that seems to just get better, twistier, and more deliriously fun with each instalment," Entertainment Weekly's Chris Nashawaty reviewed the movie. 

Mission: Impossible 6's Rotten Tomatoes rating currently stands at 94 per cent with 62 fresh reviews and four rotten reviews.

Apart from Cruise, MI 6 also features Henry Cavill. Other cast members include Ving Rhames, Simon Pegg, Michelle Monaghan, Alec Baldwin, Rebecca Ferguson and Sean Harris.

Mission: Impossible - Fallout releases on July 27. Check out the trailer below: