Kate Winslet in hospital after injury on set

Kate Winslet is doing well after a fall on the set of her upcoming film, the biographical drama Lee, was sent to the hospital.

by Michelle Martin | published

Over the weekend, Kate Winslet required a trip to the hospital after slipping and falling on the set of the upcoming biographical drama Took in Croatia. time limit reports that Winslet’s representative downplayed the incident, saying that Avatar: The Path of Water The star was taken to the hospital only “as a precautionary measure necessary for production”. The rep also insisted that the Oscar-winning actress be back on set and filming this week.

The full nature of the injury has not been disclosed, so it is too soon to go beyond what Kate Winslet’s reps had to say. On the one hand, what we know about Took, it doesn’t sound like the kind of action-packed feature that normally has a good potential for serious injury. On the other hand, a significant part of Took Occurs during the events of World War II.

In Took, Kate Winslet will play the late Lee Miller, who started her time in the limelight as a fashion model but later became a photojournalist; One of the most important photographers of World War II. Among other notable events Miller’s cameras recorded the Battle of Alsace, the liberation of Paris, and the nightmare of the Nazi concentration camps at Dachau and Buchenwald. On the same day that Adolf Hitler committed suicide, Miller was with photo colleague David Sherman in his Munich apartment, where Miller later took photographs of Hitler intentionally dirtying his bathroom and bedroom.

Last October Kate Winslet made it a point to tell time limit He Took Not a biopic, because instead of his entire life, the film will cover “the most interesting decade” of Miller’s time; 1938-1948. Took The feature directorial debut of Ellen Kuras – who previously worked with Winslet as cinematographer – in 2004 eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind-From a script by John Cooley (Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World) Winslet is joined in the film by Jude Law (The Talented Mr. Ripley), Josh O’Connor (Emma.), Andrea Riseborough (oblivion), Andy Samberg (Palm Springs), Marion Cotillard (start), and James Murray (6 underground,

Reports about the injury do not include details of what Kate Winslet was doing at the time of the fall, but – whether it was merely a “precautionary measure” or not – a visit to the hospital was no doubt. Over the past year there have been astonishing stories about the actor’s injuries on the sets which at first seemed insignificant but later proved to be much more serious. As a result, some of the biggest films of the next few years experienced production delays.

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Letitia Wright – whose on-set injury took her months to recover – in the trailer Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Perhaps the most obvious example was Letitia Wright’s injury last August during an overnight shooting in Atlanta. While it was initially reported Black Panther: Wakanda ForeverThe filming schedule of Wright was not affected, it took months for Wright to recover. Writer/director Ryan Coogler shot as much of the sequel as he could without Wright, and then last November’s production kicked off entirely by the start of this year.

Earlier, Harrison Ford had suffered a shoulder injury, which he suffered in the first month of June last Indiana Jones 5Production of. Originally not thought to be serious, the injury required surgery and production halted until Ford returned in early September 2021. If these examples are anything to go by, it’s a good idea for Kate Winslet to do the same regardless of how minor her fall was. ,


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