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Rebel Wilson rushed to hospital after stunt goes horribly wrong while filming her latest movie
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Rebel Wilson rushed to hospital after stunt goes horribly wrong while filming her latest movie

The Australian actor says this was not the way she wanted to end the project.

Rebel Wilson has been rushed to hospital after suffering an injury on the set of her latest movie.

The Australian star was filming a scene Bride Hard in the very early hours of the morning when she experienced a 'stunt accident'.

She posted a photo to her Instagram with cuts on her face.

“NOT the way I wanted to end this movie!” she wrote on social media.

“Three stitches and in hospital last night after a stunt accident at 4am.”

The new movie is being filmed in Savannah, Georgia, however there haven't been any other updates about her condition.

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Bride Hard is an action comedy that will see Wilson play a secret agent 'who has been tasked with one of her hardest missions yet – being a Maid of Honor for her childhood best friend'.

It's being helmed by Expendables 2 director Simon West, who has high hopes for the film.

Bride Hard combines action, adventure and comedy," he said.

"These are genres I love to mix together. I’ve done it in the past with films like Expendables 2 or even going back to Con-Air and Tomb Raider.

“I think audiences will love this. It operates on so many levels. It’s exciting, glamorous, a huge ensemble cast and with Rebel Wilson in the lead it’s guaranteed to be hilarious.”

While loads of films and TV shows have been put on hold indefinitely while actors and writers strike for better pay conditions, Bride Hard has been allowed to continue.

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The action comedy was permitted to keep filming and developing by SAG-AFTRA after it was determined to be an independent film.

The Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists released a statement saying they would let Bride Hard get underway while the rest of Hollywood continues to remain in a stalemate.

“The Interim Agreement gives many of our journeyman performers and crews the opportunity to pay their rent and feed their families," they said.

"This approach maintains our strength, solidarity and upper hand with the AMPTP until they yield to the deal we deserve.

“The Interim Agreement is not a waiver.

"To be clear, it is a contract that includes all terms and conditions for producers looking to employ our members on their specific independent productions.

“This Interim Agreement was created for several reasons, all of which are aimed at protecting the interests of our members, helping them successfully navigate the strike and demonstrating to the AMPTP that other producers are eager to work with our members under these terms.”

Topics: Celebrity