Cape Town – The James Bond 25 film has suffered another hit.
A test explosion caused damage to the Pinewood Studios and left one crew member injured.
The Sun reports that a 'controlled explosion' went horribly wrong during a stunt test.
A source told the publication that there were three explosions and that it blew part of the Bond stage roof off and some of the wall panels.
"A fireball was supposed to go through the set. That was the stunt, but something has gone horribly wrong. There were three loud explosions, one after another, and a member of the crew was lying on the floor outside the building injured," said the source.
No one working on the set was hurt but a crew member outside sustained minor injuries.
The official James Bond account later tweeted about the incident.
SEE THE TWEET HERE:
During the filming of a controlled explosion on the set of Bond 25 today at Pinewood Studios, damage was caused to the exterior of the 007 Stage. There were no injuries on set, however one crew member outside the stage has sustained a minor injury. pic.twitter.com/8O9tOgwMYK— James Bond (@007) June 4, 2019
This is the latest setback on the highly anticipated film which will be Daniel Craig's fifth outing as the titular character.
In May the 51-year-old injured his ankle and had to receive surgery for it.
New York - British actor Daniel Craig will undergo "minor ankle surgery" after an injury on the set of the latest James Bond film, but his operation and recovery will not affect the film's expected release next year, producers said on Wednesday.