She is back in front of the camera after set accident
All clear for Jennifer Lawrence. The Oscar winner was able to continue filming after an accident on the set of “Don’t Look Up”.
The concern for Hollywood star Jennifer Lawrence (30, “Winter’s Bone”) after an accident on the set of the star-studded Netflix movie “Don’t Look Up” has fortunately been unfounded. After reports made the rounds that the star had been hit and injured by flying shrapnel after a planned explosion last Friday (February 5), Lawrence was able to return to the camera.
Pictures available to the US site “Page Six” are supposed to show the Oscar winner filming in Boston over the weekend. Of injuries in her face – most recently it was said that Lawrence had been injured by flying glass splinters in the eye – was therefore after only one day break in filming already nothing more to determine.
World stars and weird plot
In addition to Lawrence, her co-star Timothée Chalamet (25) can be seen on the recordings – only one of numerous world stars in Adam McKay (52) coming. The film, for which McKay also wrote the screenplay, also features Meryl Streep (71), Ariana Grande (27), Leonardo DiCaprio (46), Cate Blanchett (51), Chris Evans (39), Matthew Perry (51) and Jonah Hill (37).
Not much is known about the plot of “Don’t Look Up” so far, according to US media reports, the film is about two unknown scientists, played by Lawrence and DiCaprio, who are going on a media tour to warn humanity of an approaching asteroid that will destroy Earth. The planned start date is not yet known.