Joseph Gordon-Levitt shares footage of on-set bike crash that left him hospitalised

Joseph Gordon-Levitt has shared footage of an on-set bike crash he was involved in that saw him taken to hospital yesterday (October 31).

The actor was shooting his new film Power (which is a working title – it’s also known as the Untitled Schulman/Joost project) when the accident happened and he’s since shared a clip of the moment on Instagram, which saw him thrown over the handlebars of a bike he was riding.

“I have bad luck shooting on bikes,” he captioned the post.

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I have bad luck shooting on bikes ?

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The caption refers to another bike accident the actor was involved in when filming scenes on a bike for his movie Premium Rush back in 2010, which left him needing 31 stitches.

This time around, the extent of the actor’s injuries isn’t clear, but he later updated his Instagram followers on his condition via his Stories, where he posted a video of himself being wheeled through a hospital captioned “urgent care”, before following that up with an X-ray of his arm.

Fortunately, it doesn’t look like Gordon-Levitt is too debilitated by the accident, as he later found the time to celebrate Halloween in the evening, dressing up as a chef – albeit, with what looks like a sling supporting his arm across his shoulder.

Power stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Jamie Foxx and is described as a “heightened sci-fi action thriller” following a drug epidemic that gives people a range of superpowers.

Gordon-Levitt plays a policeman whose job is to get the drug off the street, but realises that the only way to fight the users is to take the drug himself.

The film is set to premiere on Netflix.

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