Production of the 25th James Bond movie will continue after star Daniel Craig injured himself on set earlier this month.

Craig injured his ankle while filming “Bond 25” in Montego Bay, Jamaica and will undergo “minor” surgery according the official Bond Twitter account. The incident reportedly occurred while the actor slipped while running in a scene.

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The 51-year-old actor will require two-weeks of recovery time before returning to the production in Jamaica. Craig’s injury has not affected the film’s production schedule, which includes filming locations in Norway and England. The movie is still on track to be released in theatres in April 2020.

Directed by Cary Fukunaga, “Bond 25” introduces Rami Malek to the franchise as the new Bond villain. Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw and Naomie Harris are set to reprise their “Spectre” roles.

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