On the set of the new James Bond film, a blast had severely injured a crew member. The plotted explosion affected the outside of the Stage at Pinewood Studios in Buckinghamshire, where the espionage franchise shot. A Twitter post from the official James Bond account informed.
Among the individuals who were working in the studio, no one was hurt, but in the outside, one crew member racked with a minor injury, added by the twitter post. The Health and Safety Executive said it was “aware of the incident”. A representative said it was “making initial inquiries”.
Last month, 15 years old Bond star Daniel Craig was injured while shooting in Jamaica. The actor underwent through the “ minor ankle surgery”.
The 25th Bond installment will be the fifth outing of Craig as 007. Oscar winner Rami Malek, Game Night actor Billy Magnussen, Captain Marvel star Lashana Lynch are joining the cast.
Last year, the release date of the new film was put back following the decisions of Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle for exiting the project.
It had been planned to reach in UK cinemas on 25th October 2019 but is now due to be released in April. True Detective Director Cary Fukunaga has taken over directing duties.