To make sure you never miss out on your favourite NEW stories, we're happy to send you some reminders

Click 'OK' then 'Allow' to enable notifications

Glass Onion star still has nightmares over accident that made it into film
Featured Image Credit: Netflix / PictureLux / The Hollywood Archive / Alamy Stock Photo

Glass Onion star still has nightmares over accident that made it into film

A star from Glass Onion still has nightmares over an accident that made the final cut.

If you haven't watched Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery on Netflix yet, you must have been living under a rock the last couple of weeks.

The sequel to Knives Out has taken the streaming platform by storm since it released a couple of days before Christmas.

But for those that are unaware, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery is a mystery thriller directed by Rian Johnson and written by Ram Bergman.

It initially released in September 2022, but has found a massive new audience since its release on Netflix.

Detective Benoit Blanc - who is played by Daniel Craig - returns, with him now finding himself at a lavish private state on a Greek Island.

The film will unpack why and how Craig's character managed to get on the island, one of many puzzles viewers are stumped with throughout the film.

One particular scene in Glass Onion has led to one of its stars to still have nightmares because of an accident that made its way into the film.

The accident starts with a moment that feels inevitable after we see the treasures of Miles Bron's (Edward Norton) collection, including a plethora of glass sculptures.

Daniel Craig starred in Glass Onion.

When Janelle Monae's character Helen can no longer take the injustice anymore, she takes one of Bron's artwork and pelts it at the ground.

The other actors all join in the shattering frenzy until every last piece of Bron's artwork has been destroyed.

The supposed accident happened during this melee scene with actor Jessica Henwick, who plays Peg.

By mistake, she drops a giant wheel sculpture, then looks to the camera a guilty look as if she has done something wrong.

Jessica Henwick did not see the funny side to the accident.

Speaking on the hilarious incident, director Johnson told Entertainment Weekly: "One of my favorite moments was Jess had a massive one that she got to smash, and she was so excited.

"It's a massive wheel of glass. We start rolling the camera, and I'm saying to her, 'Okay, we want to get this exactly right. We only have one of these.

"And so what I'm going to do is I'm going to say one, two, three.' She drops it and then looks right into the camera and does this [makes a shocked face].

"We had started the camera just to practice the thing. She broke it and then looked right in the camera. That's the take that's in the movie."

Henwick on the other hand did not find it amusing, she said: "I broke into a cold sweat - I still have nightmares about that moment."

Topics: Film and TV