Robert De Niro suffered a leg injury while working on director Martin Scorsese The Flower Moon Killers. The fidgetcube confirmed the injury, but had no details of what had happened or the severity of the injury.
De Niro was returning home today from Oklahoma to New York and will seek medical attention, sources said.
The injury prognosis has postponed production to Friday. But it’s unclear whether a longer-term delay will occur due to the injury. A source close to the production said De Niro was not injured on set and that there would be no delay in filming.
The Apple Original movie is based on a book by David Grann and is about a series of murders in 1920s Oklahoma. Prior to De Niro’s injury, it was due to end later this year or early in 2022. The film sets starring De Niro, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jesse Plemons and Lily Gladstone.