Emma Stone seemed to be seriously injured while filming a scene for her new movie ‘AND’ in New Orleans on Saturday.
The actress, 34, was spotted filming a dramatic scene in which her character was carried into a waiting ambulance after being lifted from an emergency helicopter.
A tired, frail-looking Stone is shown lying on a stretcher with an IV bag attached to her as “paramedics” wheel her to the ambulance. The majority of the on-set photos show Stone with her eyes closed as her co-stars, dressed in “air therapist” gear, tend to her.
In fact, the “Cruella” actress was fine and, just a few feet away from her, was a assembled film crew filming the scene.
While details about the film have been kept under wraps, new on-set photos give fans a taste of what to expect from Stone’s latest role.
The film also features a cast including Joe Alwyn, Jesse Plemons, Margaret Qualley, Willem Dafoe, Hong Chau and Mamoudou Athie.
In the photo below the uniformed police officer appears to be Plemons.
In late September, the project was first announced, revealing that Stone and Alwyn will be reuniting with their “The Favorite” writer-director George Lanthimos.
While fans will have to wait for more details, including a release date to be announced, filming for “AND” is expected to last until mid-December.
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