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Actor Daniel Craig's Injury Suspends Filming of James Bond Upcoming film Bond 25

Updated On 14 May, 2019 Published On

The shooting of the upcoming James Bond movie, Bond 25 has currently been suspended after the movie’s main cast Daniel Craig got injured during the filming of the movie.

The Bond actor, currently 51, is believed to have sprained his ankle while running during the filming of Bond 25 in Jamaica.

As a result, the Quantum of Solace actor has had to be flown into the United States for X-Rays.

The filming has now been put to hold after the actor's injury.

The Spectre appeared to be very furious after the accident, which caused him the injury.

According to a source, Daniel Craig was clad in his trademark James Bond tuxedo while filming Bond 25;s final concluding scenes in Jamaica, when he took the big fall.

Close witnesses informed that Craig had been sprinting when he fell.

The source said,

He was in quite a lot of pain and was complaining about his ankle.

As you’d expect he was also pretty angry that it had happened. He threw his suit jacket on the ground in sheer frustration.

The publication added that filming at Pinewood Studios, which was scheduled for this weekend, was canceled as a result.

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CAPTION: Daniel Craig during the shooting of Bond 25

SOURCE: The Mirror

 

The movie's filming scheduled at Pinewood Studios this weekend was postponed owing to 007's injury.

The Skyfall actor has already exited Jamaica and entered the United States for his medical appointment.