Kate Winslet Rushed To Hospital After Leg Injury On Movie Set – Hollywood Life

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Kate Winslet46, had a mishap that resulted in an injury to her leg while filming an upcoming movie called Lee in Croatia over the weekend. The actress reportedly lost her footing while playing an American photojournalist Lee Miller in the flick, and was photographed arriving at Dubrovnik Hospital with others in a black van. She appeared to be able to walk as she made her way to the entrance in a black outfit while conversing with one of the people beside her.

“Kate slipped and was taken to hospital as a precautionary measure required by the production,” a rep for Kate told MailOnline about the incident. “She is fine and will be filming, as planned, this week.”

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Kate Winslet during a previous event. (People Picture/Raymond/Shutterstock)

Kate’s current project, Lee, and the role she’s playing in it was first announced in 2020. The film is expected to follow the life of the photojournalist as she travels to World War II and tries to expose the horrible facts of the Nazis while realizing truths about her own past. It’s being directed by Ellen Kuraswho worked as the cinematographer on Kate’s 2004 film, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mindand has been adapted from the book, The Lives of Lee Millerwhich was written by Lee’s son, Anthony Penrose.

Kate, who is also a producer on the film, spoke out about playing Lee, in a statement that was released with the announcement of the project. “Lee Miller was a magnificent explosion of extremes. A woman I admire tremendously and whom I am so thrilled to be playing in this film,” she said. “An extreme lover, thinker, life liver, cook, Vogue cover girl, war correspondent, icon, mother. And yet history leaves her largely misunderstood.”

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Kate is playing photojournalist Lee Miller in her upcoming film. (Simone Comi/ipa-agency.net/Shutterstock)

“So often viewed through the eyes or lens of a man, she has been portrayed as a wayward, brazen beauty, whose courageous achievements were side lined as a result,” her statement continued. “She was a glorious, life embracing woman. But beneath the glossy surface there lurked deeper stories that she hid from the people she knew and loved. She gave the world an utterly unedited version of the atrocities of war, whilst searching for her own personal resolution. I am so thrilled to be producing this, together with Troy Lumand feel truly excited by the team we have assembled to bring this story to film, in the way Lee deserves.”

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