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Hollywood star Jason Statham praises stunt doubles as "unsung heroes" following an accident on the set of Fast and Furious 9



Jason Statham praised stunt double as "unsung heroes" after a man on the set of Fast and Furious 9 suffered a shocking fall.

Stuntman Joe Watts was seriously injured in the head after being "at least 30 feet" down while filming the new movie on Monday at Warner Bros Studios in Leavesden, Hertfordshire.

And Jason, who plays Deckard Shaw in the Fast and Furious series, has described the incident as "terrible."

The one-year actor, who will not star in the movie because he stars in Hobbs & Shaw with Dwayne The Rock Johnson, said to Extra, "It's an unpredictable science, you do all you can. It's a shame It's terrible for families to really hurt someone.

  Joe Watts and Tilly Powell Photo / Tilly Powell Facebook.
Joe Watts and Tilly Powell. Photo / Tilly Powell Facebook. [19659007] "On the set, the stunt people For all my career, I've been and always have the best relationship I have and the biggest fun I've ever had on set, always with the stunt guys.

"I think they are, in a sense, the unsung heroes, who have lain down there to make other people look well without backing."

Watts's injury is said to have occurred after being stolen Balcony had jumped while he was attached to a safety wire.

One source said at the time: "The stuntman has dropped at least 30 feet – maybe a bit more, Vin Diesel was on set seconds later, he looked ashen, completely shocked and blinked in tears. what happened.

"They filmed a very high balcony scene. The stuntman jumped from the balcony, which was attached to a safety wire, but it looks like the cable was torn.

"He was supposed to dangle down the balcony over the wire and then slowly lowered himself to the ground, but he lunged to the ground and landed on his head."


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