Indiana Jones filming in peril again after norovirus outbreak

FILMING of the latest Indiana Jones blockbuster is in peril yet again after a norovirus outbreak.

Up to 50 people have been sent home from Pinewood Studios after the winter vomiting bug spread across the site.

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Filming of the latest Indiana Jones blockbuster is in peril yet again after a norovirus outbreakCredit: Alamy
Up to 50 people have been sent home from Pinewood Studios after the winter vomiting bug spread across the site

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Up to 50 people have been sent home from Pinewood Studios after the winter vomiting bug spread across the siteCredit: Rex

It comes only days after star Harrison Ford, 79, returned after three months following surgery on a shoulder injury sustained rehearsing a stunt.

The outbreak has also affected the filming of the next Ant-Man movie at the site in Bucks.

A source said: “The crew have been dropping like flies.

“There’s also a lot off with Covid, so it’s been a double whammy.

“Two films have been affected.

“Over 50 people have been struck down, but luckily that doesn’t include the big stars.”

Latest figures show norovirus outbreaks were almost three times higher than average in July.

It comes only days after star Harrison Ford returned after three months following surgery on a shoulder injury sustained rehearsing a stunt

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It comes only days after star Harrison Ford returned after three months following surgery on a shoulder injury sustained rehearsing a stuntCredit: Rex
Harrison Ford and Toby Jones filming the new movie in the Scottish Borders

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Harrison Ford and Toby Jones filming the new movie in the Scottish BordersCredit: Rex
Hollywood star Harrison in the 1984 classic Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

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Hollywood star Harrison in the 1984 classic Indiana Jones and the Temple of DoomCredit: Getty
Harrison Ford body-double at filming of Indiana Jones in Glasgow

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