Jennifer Lawrence reportedly suffered an injury while filming her next film, Netflix’s Don’t Look Up.
The film, which is being shot in Massachusetts, will also star Leonardo DiCaprio, Meryl Streep, Timothée Chalamet, Ariana Grande, Cate Blanchett, and more.
Lawrence was on set and filming when a stunt explosion didn’t go as planned and despatched shards of glass flying. The actor was struck within the face, close to her eye, by a fraction during the overnight shoot. In line with reports, although, she is expected to be OK after the accident.
The star will play astronomer Kate Dibiasky in Don’t Look Up, who makes an attempt to warn the world that Earth is at risk of being hit and destroyed by an approaching asteroid.
The film is being written and directed by The Huge Brief’s Adam McKay and is currently expected to be released sometime in 2021.
Meanwhile, Lawrence is also set to star in and produce the upcoming true-crime movie Mob Girl, which relies on a Pulitzer Prize-winner story. The movie centers around Arlyne Brickman, the wife of a mob boss in New York who becomes an informant for the FBI.