James Bond Production Halted After Three Explosions Destroy Set & Injure Crew

The new James Bond movie has been put on hold following three explosions on set.

Production of the movie is in lockdown after the explosions took part off the roof off and a number of wall panels at Pinewood Studios in Buckinghamshire.

The incident happened as crew were testing a stunt involving a fireball in a lab. It is being reported that a member of staff was injured as he was crushed by part of the set.

This isn't the first mishap to stall filming of the next 007 installment as actor Daniel Craig damaged ankle ligaments when he slipped while filming in Jamaica. The injury resulted in filming being cancelled for over a week while Craig recovered.

Another issue in the production of Bond 25 was when director Danny Boyle decided to quit as he refused to work with a new writer when bosses weren't happy with his screenplay.

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