Indiana Jones 5 was stopped after an actor fell during a chase scene in Glasgow.
The filming of the hitherto unnamed film closed off parts of downtown, transformed buildings and businesses into the Manhattan of the late 1960s and mimicked the parade for the astronauts. Apollo 11 returns.
However, things came to a standstill when one of the actors fell and had to get an ambulance. The incident happened just weeks after Harrison Ford injured when he was filming a fight scene.
The performer, whose name is not known, appeared to have engaged in a chase involving Harrison Ford’s character through the parade, as he ran past a squad of bronze sailors.
But disaster struck during a shoot and the actor fell, prompting the medical team’s attention.
Fortunately, the actor soon calmed down and waved to the crowd to signal that he was not seriously injured.
Before the incident happened, it can be seen that director James Mangold instructed the actor how to do it.
At other points during Sunday’s filming, a body double for Ford could be seen riding and dashing past a banner decorated with the words ‘one giant leap for mankind’ – the phrase made famous by Neil Armstrong when he took his first steps on the moon in 1969.
A body of actor Boyd Holbrook is also seen as part of a motorcycle chase scene.
Indiana Jones 5 also stars Mads Mikkelsen, Antonio Banderas, Thomas Kretschmann, Shaunette Renee Wilson and Toby Jones.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge, star of Fleabag, is picture on set on Wednesday at Cochrane Street.
Parts of downtown will be closed on different days until July 31 for filming.
Vehicles will not be able to wait, load or unload – or even move – on other days along St Vincent Street, Hope Street, West Nile Street and Wellington Street, among others.
Filming will move along Trongate, Montrose, Bothwell and Blythswood streets as this month continues.
Vehicles will not be allowed to travel along the M8 Kingston Bridge to Bothwell Street shortcut between 8pm and 10pm between July 26 and 28.
Metro.co.uk has contacted Lucasfilm for comment.
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