Entertainer Daniel Craig, who was as of late harmed while taping for the up and coming Jame Bond film, will experience a "minor lower leg medical procedure", the makers have said.
The official Twitter handle of the establishment uncovered the entertainer supported the damage amid a shooting plan for Jamaica and the remainder of cast will continue recording while he recovers. "BOND 25 update: Daniel Craig will experience minor lower leg medical procedure coming about because of damage continued amid recording in Jamaica. Generation will proceed while Craig is restoring for about fourteen days post-medical procedure," the tweet read. "The film stays on track for a similar discharge date in April 2020," it included.
This isn't the first run through Craig, who plays out his own tricks, has continued damage on a Bond film sets. The on-screen character had two teeth thumped out amid his first trick scene for his Bond debut in Casino Royale; continued various wounds, including cutting off the tip of a finger and tearing a shoulder muscle on his next, Quantum of Solace and harming his knee amid a battle scene for his latest Specter.
The new film in the Bond establishment has had a turbulent voyage. It was recently set to be coordinated by Danny Boyle with a discharge date of November 8, 2019. After Boyle dropped out of the venture over "innovative contrasts", alongside continuous partner, screenwriter John Hodge, the film's discharge date was moved to February 14, 2020.
Cary Joji Fukunaga is currently appended as executive, with Scott Z Burns employed by MGM studio to pen another content. Neal Purvis and Robert Wade have just drafted a variant of the content however it is being accounted for that the studio is discontent with their story.
As of late, Fleabag maker entertainer Phoebe Waller-Bridge went ahead board the film to "clean" the content of Bond 25. The arrival of the film was as of late pushed to April 8, 2020.