LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence was strike in close proximity to the eye by traveling glass although filming her new motion picture in Boston, superstar web page TMZ and the Boston World claimed on Friday.
Glass from a controlled explosion on the set of “You should not Glance Up” cut Lawrence’s eyelid and still left her bleeding, TMZ explained.
The Boston Globe reported the extent of the injury was unclear in the accident that happened following midnight on Thursday. Citing two resources near to the creation, the newspaper claimed Lawrence was holding her facial area when paramedics arrived and that filming was halted on Friday.
Netflix, which options to launch the comedy about two astronomers, declined to remark on the stories. Reps for Lawrence did not right away return a request for comment.
Hollywood outlet Deadline quoted unnamed sources as indicating that Lawrence was recovering.
“Don’t Search Now,” directed by Adam McKay, boasts a star-studded solid which include Timothee Chalamet, Ariana Grande, Leonardo DiCaprio, Chris Evans and Meryl Streep.
Lawrence, 30, who gained a ideal actress Oscar in 2013 for “Silver Linings Playbook,” has not appeared on film considering that 2019’s “X-Gentlemen: Dark Phoenix” but has 4 new films in the functions, according to film database IMDB.com
In late 2019, she married New York artwork dealer Cooke Maroney.
(Reporting by Jill Serjeant Editing by Daniel Wallis)