Actress Rebel Wilson, best known for her role in “Pitch Perfect”, met with an accident while shooting for her latest film, “Bride Hard”. Wilson shared on his social media that he was hospitalized in Savannah, Georgia (USA) and required stitches after the incident.
In a post on Stories, he showed his face after getting stitches. She captioned it, “Not the way I wanted to end this movie!” “Got three stitches and am in the hospital after a stunt accident at 4 last night.”
Despite the Actors Guild strike, filming of “Bride Hard” proceeded due to an interim arrangement with the director of SAG-AFTRA, as it was an independent production. The film is an action comedy directed by Simon West (“The Expendables 2”) based on one of the toughest missions of a tough secret agent’s (Wilson’s) career: being made off at the wedding of his childhood best friend. To become an Honor
Production remains on strike due to interim agreement
The union told members in a message last month that “the interim agreement gives many of our cast and crew the opportunity to pay rent and feed their families. This approach maintains our strength, solidarity and leverage with AMPTP until Unless they agree to it. We deserve the deal.”
Other actors who continued to work during the strike under interim agreements include Anne Hathaway, Dakota Fanning, Glenn Close, James Badge Dale, Ben Foster, Graham Greene and Melissa Leo.
Wilson and his rising career
In addition to “Bride Hard,” Wilson told Variety at the Cannes Film Festival in May that she auditioned for a role in an upcoming James Bond film. “Auditioning for Bond was really cool,” Wilson said, adding that the audition happened when he met franchise creators Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson before her performance to “release some Bond jokes”. Host at the 2022 BAFTA Film Awards.
Wilson, who is also making his directorial debut with “The Deb,” has not clarified whether he actually got the role. After welcoming daughter Royce with fiancee Ramona Agruma via surrogate in November 2022, the actress is dividing her time between shooting “Bride Hard,” preparing for “The Deb,” and motherhood.