4 crew members injured within 9 days on set of Aaron Kwok, Louis Koo movie

'The White Storm 3' is led by Hong Kong actors Aaron Kwok (left) and Louis Koo. Photos: Instagram/Handout

It’s reported that four crew members from the stunt team working on action sequences for the upcoming Hong Kong film The White Storm 3, met with accidents within a span of nine days.

The first accident happened during the filming of a high-speed chase, and a car stunt coordinator was crushed by a prop car.

Meanwhile, the second incident occurred when scaffolding for a plane crash scene collapsed and three stuntmen were pinned under the steel.

According to a report by a Singapore media, the injuries suffered by the crew members are said to be not serious and that they are recovering well.

The Cantonese film stars Hong Kong actors Aaron Kwok, Louis Koo and Lau Ching Wan, and is the sequel to the 2019 film The White Storm 2: Drug Lords.

Principal photography began in June in China, before the production moved to Hong Kong in August.

While it’s unclear what’s the cause of these accidents, it hasn’t stopped some supernatural theories to swirl around the production – that the film crew may have unwittingly offended the spirits.

Hong Kong media also reported that the cast and crew of the movie have been seen offering joss sticks at the filming locations after the accidents.

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