The Great Gatsby - Luhrmann Injured On Gatsby Set - Report

The latest movie adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel The Great Gatsby reportedly shut down early for Christmas (11) after director Baz Luhrmann was injured on the set
Reports suggest he banged his head on a camera crane during a scene in a confined space.
Co-producer Anton Monsted tells Deadline.com, "He split open his head and we had to get the doctor."
Luhrmann reportedly received three stitches to the wound.


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