Jennifer Lawrence was injured on the set of her new movie, Don’t look up, on Friday morning when a controlled glass explosion went wrong, according to multiple reports.
The actress was filming the Netflix comedy directed by Adam McKay in Boston. According to TMZ, she and her co-star, Timothée Chalamet, were filming inside a restaurant at 1 a.m. and a window was supposed to explode, though the stunt went wrong and she was injured. The outlet reports that a glass shard cut into Lawrence’s eyelid and the bleeding did not stop, although his injuries are said to be minor.
However, production on the film has been temporarily halted. ET has contacted the Lawrence representative for comment.
Don’t look up it also stars Leonardo DiCaprio. Lawrence and DiCaprio play two low-level astronomers trying to warn everyone on Earth that a giant meteorite will destroy the planet in six months, via a media tour. The cast also includes Meryl Streep, Chris Evans, and Jonah Hill. In December, DiCaprio, 46, and Lawrence, 30, were photographed on set, both looking unrecognizable.
Meanwhile, in October, Lawrence discussed married life with her husband, Cooke Maroney, during an appearance on Dear Media’s Absolutely not podcast. The two got married in October 2019.
“I’m actually a complete homebody and the laziest person who has ever lived,” he said. “As Cooke’s biggest joke on me, he says, ‘Oh, you wanna go straight to the apartment, babe?’ Or like, ‘Oh no, you have to stay in bed again today.’
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