Aaron Taylor-Johnson lost a piece of his hand and passed out after ‘Bullet Train’ stunt

Aaron Taylor Johnson took the heavy action”High-speed trainstunts a bit too seriously.

The actor revealed that due to a “crazy Keto diet” he had low blood sugar and passed out on set after sustaining an injury.

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“We were in a fight streak and I get kicked across the room. And the only sharp corner of the corner where there was no padding took a chunk out of my hand,” the ‘Kraven the Hunter’ star shared with Variety. “And I literally went wham, passed out. And then I came back and I was like, ‘Should we go back?’ And they were like ‘No, no, no. You have to go to the hospital for stitches. So I spent the night in the hospital.

Taylor-Johnson joked, “You know when you sign up for a David Leitch movie, you know you must have some battle scars, war wounds.”

Co-starring brad pittwho has 95% of own physical stunts in Fights inspired by Jackie Chan scenes, added on the red carpet of the film’s premiere that he was not injured on set.

“Oh, I definitely went home and said ‘ahh,'” Pitt said. “But no. Aaron, on the other hand…Brian [Tyree Henry]on the other hand… Young people, you know.

Taylor-Johnson previously detailed at HERO Magazine that “Bullet Train” was originally envisioned as “a pretty dark, R-rated, vicious action piece” before production led the stars to “set it up and make it fun”.

“I don’t know what happened, but it became a comedy!” says Taylor-Johnson. “We all just laughed. [Director] David was really open to playing and exploring, it was like a big breath of fresh air – we had a fantastic time.

He added that due to COVID-19 precautions, it was “the weirdest film set I already went.

Taylor-Johnson concluded: “We were tested every day, we had masks on then the plastic visor on top, then we weren’t allowed to interact with each other, you physically can’t hug each other hand or, at the end of the day, give your friends a hug. It was a strange atmosphere, when you were lucky enough to have had this intimacy in the past and this collaboration that you feed on.

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