Megan Fox-Bruce Willis film shoot halted again after Covid cases in unit

Updated: 15 September, 2020 08:30 IST | IANS | Los Angeles

A spokesperson for film company told the site that filming in Puerto Rico had initially resumed with Covid-19 protocols to ensure safety for all, but an outbreak still occurred.

Megan Fox and Bruce Willis
Megan Fox and Bruce Willis

Shoot of the Megan Fox-starrer, Midnight In The Switchgrass, has been put on hold once again owing to Covid-19 cases.

Shooting for the crime thriller was halted in March but resumed in July, reports dailymail.co.uk. Now, according to TMZ, production has been delayed again after two crew members tested Covid-19 positive.

A spokesperson for film company told the site that filming in Puerto Rico had initially resumed with Covid-19 protocols to ensure safety for all, but an outbreak still occured.

The two crew members, who were asymptomatic, have been quarantined. Director Randall Emmett is now planning to resume filming in Santa Barbara in a few weeks from now, with stricter precautions.

"Midnight In The Switchgrass" also stars Bruce Willis.

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First Published: 15 September, 2020 07:51 IST

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