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Blake Lively hurt during production of 'The Rhythm Section'

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Production has been halted on the action-thriller film "The Rhythm Section" after actress Blake Lively was injured on set.

Producers said in a statement Monday that Lively hurt her hand while performing an action sequence. Filming was temporarily suspended. Producers said it would resume as soon as possible.

Lively plays a woman seeking revenge after her family is killed in a plane crash. Jude Law also stars. The adaptation of the Mark Burnell novel is set for release in 2019.

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