Crew member Chris Pratt and Millie Bobby Brown on Netflix ‘The Electric State’ dies in a parked car crash
- A cast member of the Netflix movie starring Chris Pratt died Friday in what was described as an intermittent car crash in Georgia, where the movie is being filmed.
- The movie, called The Electric State, stars Pratt, Millie Bobby Brown and Stanley Tucci and is directed by prominent Marvel president Joe and Anthony Russo.
- A source said, “Production has been paused today, and advisory resources have been offered to the cast and crew.”
- The death of the unidentified crew member reportedly occurred ‘after working hours’.
- Pratt and Brown were spotted on the set of the movie Wednesday by DailyMail.com cameras last Wednesday
On Friday, a cast member of the Netflix movie starring Chris Pratt died in what was described as an intermittent car accident in Georgia, where the movie is being filmed.
The movie, called The Electric State, stars Pratt, Millie Bobby Brown and Stanley Tucci and directed Marvel’s notable minds Joe and Anthony Russo.
A source told Deadline: “Production has been paused today, and advisory resources have been provided to cast and crew.
The death of the unidentified crew member reportedly occurred “after working hours”.
Millie Bobby Brown hits the beach while shooting a scene for her new movie “Electric State.” The 18-year-old British actress is seen in a white shirt while walking across the sand during filming in Acworth, Ga.
Several actors wear unique blue costumes to allow for a CGI effect on the film set
Chris Pratt (right) and Millie Bobby Brown (left) on the set of their Netflix movie in Georgia
Pratt and Brown were spotted on set Wednesday by DailyMail.com cameras last Wednesday in Georgia, where the “Guardians of the Galaxy” star was unrecognizable as he wore a wig and handlebar mustache.
The film is based on the graphic novel of the same name by Swedish author Simon Stalinhag.
It comes just days after the one-year anniversary of cinematographer Halina Hutchins’ accidental shooting of director Alec Baldwin on the set of his movie Rust, after he pointed a ‘prop firearm’ at her and then exploded, injuring his 42-year-old wife. And the mother of one in the chest and killed her.
Authorities launched official investigations, while the cast and crew involved in the project got involved in a bitter blame game, pointing fingers at each other, and making accusations about the public safety of the group as the world was watching and the grief of the Hutchins family.
Brown plays an orphaned teen searching for her brother with the help of a robot (Jason Alexander) in Christopher Marcus and Stephen McFeely’s big-screen adaptation of Stålenhag’s 2017 graphic novel.
Filmmaking brothers Joe and Anthony Russo direct The Electric State, which felt familiar to the Spanish-born Briton who grew up in Florida after working with twins Matt and Ross Dover on Netflix’s series Stranger Things.
“It’s so funny, I’ve now worked with two sets of brothers,” Millie said in her digital cover story on Netflix Queue on Tuesday.
They are actually quite similar. One says yes to everything, the other is stricter. It’s a really good balance.
“Eleven in Stranger Things are very far from who I am, while Enola feels like I’m returning to a place of consistency and naturalness,” explained the SAG award winner.
A deserted amusement park set the scene for the movie
One of the cast members was seen wearing a top hat getting ready before filming
I am really able to organically create her character. . . Of course, there are times when [director] Harry Bradbeer comes up to me and says, “Now, is this Millie or Enola?” And I say, “That’s Millie, let’s do it again!”
In the mag, Millie vented about “dragging young women down because of so many different things.”
“If it’s our maturity, if it’s the way we dress, if it’s the things we say, if it’s the choices we make, we’ll never be enough,” Brown said.
We have to find camaraderie and brotherhood in it. To stand together and say “Enough”. We have to stick with each other, and break those stereotypes and norms.
The star was seen holding her pistols backstage
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