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The safety of movies and TV sets has been a hot topic for several years now, thanks in large part to a few tragedies in gruesome locations. While the investigation into Rust’s shooting is still ongoing, another grisly accident has occurred related to the Netflix series The Chosen One. And after several deaths occurred in the midst of filming, Netflix suspended production and an investigation is underway.

The public was shocked a few days ago when it was revealed that two actors had died and another was injured in a van crash related to Netflix’s The Chosen One. The series was in the midst of filming Season 3 when the tragedy occurred near Mulege on the Baja California Sur peninsula. According to Deadline, production has closed, and an investigation is underway into how this accident happened.

Redrum is the company in charge of filming, which made the decision to temporarily halt filming following the incident that occurred on Thursday, June 16. The actor was reportedly on his way to the airport when it happened, resulting in two deaths and more injuries. The identities of those who died have not been revealed.

While Netflix has yet to issue a statement about the crash related to The Chosen One, industry unions are involved. SAG-AFTRA issued a response, revealing that they were engaged to advocate for the cast of the series. It reads,

SAG-AFTRA has contacted Netflix and with the Mexican actor union YOU about this incident and we are investigating the situation with local productions. On-site safety is always our top priority. We will continue to take all necessary steps to ensure that our members and others are safe in their workplaces.

Public information about this tragedy is currently very limited, but that should change as the investigation continues. Given the seriousness of the accident, more and more people would probably pay attention as the news spread. It is currently believed both actors were killed, while six other actors/crew members were also injured. Although the individuals were reported to be stable.

The Chosen One is a Netflix series about a 12 year old boy who learns that he is actually the reincarnated Jesus Christ. The first two seasons spanned 12 episodes, with the third expected to further flesh out the story, which was told mainly in Spanish. It is currently unclear if/when production will resume.

While this car crash technically happened, it’s the latest example of a cast and crew ending up in danger just wanting to do their job. Obviously the biggest example that comes to mind is the tragedy on set Rust, which resulted in the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins. Another recent crash has occurred in Deadpool 2, and the injury to Dylan O’Brien from The Maze Runner franchise.

Corey was born and raised in New Jersey. Ganda majored in theater and literature during his undergraduate degree. After working in theater administration for a year in New York, he started out as Weekend Editor at CinemaBend. Since then she’s been able to work on her own for reviews, callers, and press junkets– and is now able to appear in front of the camera with some of her famous actors… not quite the way she predicted as a child.

Corey was born and raised in New Jersey. Ganda majored in theater and literature during his undergraduate degree. After working in theater administration for a year in New York, he started out as Weekend Editor at CinemaBend. Since then she’s been able to work on her own for reviews, callers, and press junkets– and is now able to appear in front of the camera with some of her famous actors… not quite the way she predicted as a child.

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