Actor checked by ambulance crew after fall during filming of new Indiana Jones movie in Glasgow
An actor was checked by an ambulance crew after he had a fall during filming on the new Indiana Jones movie in Glasgow.
The performer appeared to be in a chase scene involving Harrison Ford‘s lead character at a New York parade for the returning Apollo 11 astronauts in 1969, when he barged through a brass band of sailors.
But despite being attended by medics the cast member, whose name is not known, was later back on his feet and gave the crowd a wave to signal he was not seriously hurt.
Also during Sunday’s filming, a body double for Ford could be seen riding a horse and bursting through a banner that had the words “a giant leap for mankind” – the phrase made famous by Neil Armstrong when he walked on the moon.
A body double for fellow actor Boyd Holbrook was seen on a motorbike as part of the chase scene.
Body doubles of Ford and Holbrook have been seen a number of times in the Scottish city over the past week – with filming due to last until 31 July.
The streets of Glasgow have been transformed into Manhattan for shooting of the fifth film in the franchise.