The new James Bond film, Spectre, has hit another setback after two stunt men were injured during a high-speed stunt.
Crew boss Terry Madden was hit by a racing car and trapped under the vehicle. He was airlifted to hospital and is being treated for a leg fracture, according to the Mirror. The second unit assistant director was hit when the stunt driver lost control during filming. Another crew member was taken to hospital, but was later released.
This incident comes just weeks after Daniel Craig hurt his knee during an action scene at Pinewood Studios. There are times when it seems like what can go wrong is going wrong during the filming of Spectre. Nine luxury customised cars were stolen from a garage in Germany, an early version of the script was stolen by hackers, and plans to shoot a funeral scene in a Rome cemetery hit a snag after a Christian confraternity banned the team from filming.
Spectre, which is the 24th film in the Bond franchise, is scheduled for release in October. Those involved will be hoping it’s smooth sailing from here on out.