Production halted on Blake Lively's 'The Rhythm Section'

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Maybe Lively can get some recovery tips from Tom Cruise, whose death-defying stunts led him to suffer a horrendous ankle injury that delayed filming of Mission: Impossible - Fallout for months.

Although production was temporarily halted late a year ago while Lively underwent surgery and waited for her hand to heal, the procedure reportedly didn't go as planned.

Production on Blake Lively's new movie has reportedly shut down to allow the actress time to fully recover from a hand injury. At the time, production was temporarily suspended while she took time to heal.

It's now being reported by The Hollywood Reporter that the production has shut down indefinitely, following the wound on Blake's hand needing a second surgery.

It is now unclear when filming will recommence.

The Rhythm Section comes to us from Michael G Wilson and Barbara Broccoli of EON Productions in London and IM Global Founder and CEO, Stuart Ford in Los Angeles.

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The film is an adaptation of Mark Burnell's first Stephanie Patrick novel about a woman looking to discover the truth behind a plane crash that killed her family.

Roughly 40-45 percent of the film has already been shot, but the crew has been told to find other work, since production is unlikely to resume for another five months, if not longer.

The film, which stars Jude Law and is also being directed by Reed Morano ('The Handmaid's Tale') is said to be less than halfway through its shoot in Ireland. "In a January 5 interview with THR, Morano said, "[Lively's] okay.

"[Lively's] okay. She's just recovering".

That seems to be the problem with the Blake Lively spy movie THE RHYTHM SECTION, which has suspended production due to the hand injury sustained by its leading lady.

The British-American spy thriller is set to be released next year on February 22, 2019.

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