Bond 25 ‘Controlled Explosion’ Causes Damage to 007 Stage, Injures Crew Member
A “controlled explosion” on the set of “Bond 25” damaged the 007 stage at Pinewood Studios and caused a “minor injury” to a crew member off stage, according to a tweet posted Tuesday from the official James Bond account.No injuries were reported on set.
The production has been plagued with multiple setbacks, including an injury to star Daniel Craig.In May, it was announced that Craig would undergo minor ankle surgery due to an injury sustained while filming in Jamaica.
Production continued while Craig was rehabilitating, and the film’s Twitter account announced that the spy thriller was still on track for a release in April 2020.Danny Boyle was originally attached to direct before leaving the project in August 2018 over creative differences.
John Hodge, who wrote a screenplay based on Boyle’s ideas, departed as well.Also Read: Daniel Craig to Undergo Ankle Surgery for Injury Sustained While Filming ‘James
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