Halle Berry’s New Movie Closed in Live Ammunition Drama | Entertainment

Halle Berry’s new film has been canceled after the crew found suspected live ammunition on set.

Police rushed to the set of Our Jersey Man in London after workers alerted them to a potentially deadly find.

Scotland Yard confirmed in a statement: “Police were called to report an item described as a bullet casing. It was found to be a crushed gas cylinder and the officers disposed of it.”

A source told Saturday’s (05/28/22) ‘Daily Mirror’ about this week’s drama, “It was quite disturbing and I didn’t hesitate to call the police, who arrived quite quickly.”

Billed as “blue collar James Bond”, Berry’s new action movie was filming at Camberwell Green Magistrates’ Court in southeast London when a canister containing the alleged weapon was discovered.

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Other locations used for filming include King’s Cross Station and Chelsea’s Albert Bridge, where extras dressed as armed motorcycle police were seen with a helicopter hovering over the structure.

Berry, 55, who has daughter Nakhla Ariela Aubrey, 13, with ex Gabriel Aubry, 45, and eight-year-old son Maceo-Robert Martinez with ex-husband Olivier Martinez, also 55, will star with Mark, 50. Wahlberg in the upcoming film Our Jersey Man.

It revolves around a construction worker who is drawn into the spy world for a reconnaissance mission by his former high school girlfriend Roxanne, played by Berry.

The Oscar-winning actress, who is dating 52-year-old musician Van Hunt, recently starred and starred in Bruised and is set to appear in the sci-fi film Mothership, while Mark’s Father Stu is currently in theaters. .


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