Hollywood actress Kate Winslet was injured while filming the historical drama Lee in Croatia and was taken by ambulance to a local hospital. As a result, there has been a temporary pause in the film’s production. She is ‘doing well,’ according to a spokeswoman for the performer, and it is anticipated that she will start filming again this week.
The movie is a biography of Lee Miller, a former Vogue cover model turned renowned photographer who played a key role in documenting World War II for the venerable publication. According to accounts, the crew was filming crucial scenes for the combat sequences when Kate slipped and wounded herself.
The Hollywood website Deadline published a statement from her agent. It said, “Kate fell and was admitted to the hospital as a precaution the production required. She is OK and will film this week as scheduled.
Through her now-iconic photographs, Lee Miller is credited as being among the first to draw attention to the atrocities committed in the Nazi concentration camps. The movie is being directed by Ellen Kuras, who also served as cinematographer for Kate’s 2004 film Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.
Josh O’Conner, Jude Law, Andrea Riseborough, and Marion Cotillard also appear in Lee. The movie, whose likely 2023 release date is 2023, is also being produced by Kate and is anticipated to complete filming sometime in December.
The following movie starring Kate will be James Cameron’s Avatar: The Way of Water. Ronal, a major figure in the ongoing narrative, is the Na’vi the actor portrays. In December, James’ grandiose Avatar sequel, which was originally set for release in 2009, will hit theatres. Reuniting with the director, who oversaw probably her most well-known performance in the timeless 1997 picture Titanic, is significant for Kate.