“Underworld” star Kate Beckinsale is doing much better after being rushed to the hospital as of late to seek medical attention while busy filming a movie.
Kate Beckinsale took to her Instagram page to reassure her 4.9 million followers that she is out of the woods following a sudden back pain experience, writing:
“Feeling a lot better. Thank you so much for your kind messages and love.”
The English actress posted a close-up photo of herself from her hospital bed with her left arm placed on her forehead showing an IV and an arm bracelet on her wrist.
Fellow celebrities took to the comments section to wish Beckinsale a speedy recovery while sending love to the “Van Helsing” star.
Actress Selma Blair commented, “So much love. I am so sorry you must be in pain dear bright light. Recover well,” alongside a black heart emoji.
One concerned fan sounded devastated and was rather curious about how the “Much Ado About Nothing” star ended up in the hospital.
RUSHED TO THE HOSPITAL
Sources close to Beckinsale told TMZ the actress had been staying at the Signature at MGM Grand in Las Vegas while in town to shoot her upcoming movie “Prisoner’s Daughter.”
The insiders revealed that around 10:30 am on Friday, September 10, the London native's back hurt, and it was bad enough that she was rushed to a nearby hospital by ambulance. She remained in the ER, and her condition was unclear at the time.
SHOOTING A MOVIE
Before her hospitalization last week, the 48-year-old shared a picture from what appears to be the set of her upcoming film. She was pictured dressed in a white lace dress over fishnet tights and black boots.
Beckinsale is set to star in the dramatic thriller alongside actor Brian Cox. The Hollywood Reporter and Deadline reported Tyson Ritter and Ernie Hudson have also been announced as cast members.
According to People, the movie is written by Mark Bacci, and it follows an ex-convict Max (Cox), who is trying to reconnect with his daughter (Beckinsale) and grandson after 12 years in prison.
In a June statement on Deadline, director Catherine Hardwick said Bacci’s script is a raw, personal outlook at a profoundly fractured family, adding she wants to immerse viewers in Beckinsale's character's intense world.