During the filming of the Superman: DCU production, a stunt double had an accident.

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The filming of Superman, James Gunn’s next film, went through a rough patch when one of the standards was damaged.

The filming of the new Superman movie continued on July 8 with cars and pedestrians on the Detroit-Superior Bridge in Cleveland, and although everything seemed to be going well, later in the shoot it caused a serious problem when he fell on a motorcycle and fell on his leg. Cleveland.com has an account of what happened on the set of the DCU production.

“He was on a high-speed chase while riding a motorcycle and crashed and hit the ground, clutching his knee. The film crew stopped filming as he was placed on a stretcher and taken to an ambulance. “He received treatment for several minutes before the ambulance left the scene with the specialist.”

Fortunately, the stuntman was unharmed and filming resumed a few minutes later. James Gunn’s Superman opens in theaters on July 11, 2025.