"Dune" star and former wrestling professional Dave Bautista recently took a trip down memory lane and unearthed an old selfie he took after an accident involving actor Daniel Craig.
Actor Dave Bautista recently took to social media to share an old photo of himself with a broken nose. He suffered a facial injury while filming the action-adventure film "Spectre" in 2015.
The 2015 movie was part of the James Bond film franchise in which English actor Daniel Craig portrayed the iconic fictional spy. The former WWE superstar played an assassin in the film.
"I dug this up. I took this right after I got cleaned up. 😂"
Twitter users expressed different reactions to the 52-year-old actor's selfie. A user said he appeared fine after the accident, while another remarked that his broken nose looked painful. Craig might have hidden away after what happened, some fans joked.
The WWE star proudly shared it was one of the best fight scenes he had.
In a recent interview, Craig revealed he heard a crack after accidentally striking Bautista on the nose. The 53-year-old action star also admitted he ran away following the accident as he thought the injured "Army of the Dead" actor might retaliate. But Bautista had no such thoughts.
Craig's recent claim that he ran away from Bautista appeared to be a joke as the former wrestler has clarified in a separate tweet what really happened between the two of them on set.
Bautista stated that Craig screamed out of shock but that his co-star hugged and apologized to him afterward. The WWE star proudly shared it was one of the best fight scenes he had.
The third sequel will be Bautista's last Marvel movie. Although ending his role is bittersweet for him, he credited his Marvel character for his illustrious movie career.
While he acts tough on-screen, Bautista is a gentle giant in real life. He recently adopted Penny, a three-month-old neglected puppy found by a good samaritan at a cemetery.
The actor's heart melted after learning that the dog, formerly named Sage, suffered severe injuries. He appealed to the public about the whereabouts of its abusers in exchange for a $5,000 reward.
September 11, 2021