Robert De Niro is on the mend after struggling a severe leg harm on set.
“I tore my quad one way or the other… [It was] only a easy stepping over one thing and I simply went down,” De Niro mentioned in an interview with IndieWire. “The ache was excruciating and now I’ve to get it mounted. But it surely occurs, particularly whenever you become older, it’s important to be ready for surprising issues.”
Fortunately, the two-time Oscar winner clarified that his harm is “manageable.”
De Niro additionally went on to explain his function within the movie as cattleman William Hale to be a “sedentary” one.
In his personal phrases: “I don’t transfer round so much, thank god. So we’ll handle.”
On Thursday, De Niro returned to New York Metropolis to obtain medical consideration for his harm, People journal reviews.
A rep for the actor reportedly advised the outlet that De Niro’s departure “is not going to have an effect on manufacturing as he was not scheduled to movie once more for an additional three weeks.”
The western true crime movie is being produced by AppleTV+ and relies on the non-fiction guide written by journalist David Grann, which was initially revealed in 2017.
De Niro will star alongside Leonardo DiCaprio, 46, who’s taking up the function of Ernest Burkhart – the nephew of Hale.
The film is about in Twenties Oklahoma and can dive into the mysterious serial murders of oil-rich members of the Osage Nation – an occasion that sparked a “main F.B.I. investigation involving J. Edgar Hoover,” based on IMDb.