Daniel Craig Returns To ‘Spectre’ After Knee Injury; Plus Ski Set Photo


Daniel Craig sprained his knee while shooting a fight scene for the new James Bond Sony/MGM film Spectre earlier this week. The accident took place at Pinewood studios in Buckinghamshire, UK, however, the shoot didn’t lose any time or filming days, a source close to the production told Deadline, and Craig is already back to work as of today. “Everything is fine. We have been filming today,” said an on-location production staffer. The story was first reported in The Guardian.  Movie extras were reportedly told to go home on the day Craig was injured.

Last June, Harrison Ford fractured an ankle while shooting Star Wars: The Force Awakens at Pinewood Studios.

 Locations for Spectre include London and Austria. Skyfall director Sam Mendes is returning to the director’s chair and Christoph Waltz, Lea Seydoux, Monica Belushi, Dave Bautista and Andrew Scott star in Spectre.

James Bond's SPECTRE is going to the mountains.

You can see an Instagram post below from the official 007 account that shows a camera truck equipped with snowmobile treads, carrying a camera on a boom to get high-speed shots from a number of angles.

Fans are speculating that there will be a ski scene in the movie, as he has had in a number of movies including View To a Kill, Her Majesy's Secret Service, Moonraker, For Your Eyes Only and The World Is Not Enough.

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Source: Deadline

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