Milla Jovovich Tweets Update About 'Resident Evil' Set Injuries
A female zombie extra remains hospitalized two days after a platform collapsed on the Toronto set.
All but one of the 16 people injured after a platform collapsed on the set of Paul W.S. Anderson's Resident Evil 5 have returned to work.
Milla Jovovich, who stars in husband Paul W.S. Anderson's upcoming movie from Sony Screen Gems, tweeted Thursday that only one woman, whom she identified only as April, a zombie extra, remains in the hospital.
“I saw her brother here yesterday n he told me that the doctor hadnt seen her after the preliminary examination, which I hope is a good sign,” Jovovich wrote. “She is on pain meds and staying in bed at the best fracture/injury hospital in toronto. She txted me yesterday to say that she was feeling stronger and wanted to recover quickly for her family and friends!”
Jovovich added that she was planning to visit the woman in the hospital.
Ten zombie actors were sent to the hospital early Tuesday after a wheeled platform at Cinespace Film Studios in Toronto shifted as the actors were moving from one area of the soundstage to another.
A total of 16 people were left injured, with seven returning to work later that day.
Ambulance staff and firemen that attended the stage collapse had to distinguish between the actors' real wounds and the bandages and fake blood that is part of their Resident Evil 5 zombie costumes.
None of the injuries was considered life-threatening.
Resident Evil: Retribution 3D, the fifth installment of the video game-to-movie franchise, is set for a Sept. 14 release.