The filming of the next installment of James Bond franchise – the still unnamed “Bond 25” – was halted in April after the film’s star, Daniel Craig, seriously injured his ankle while filming in Jamaica. He ultimately had surgery, but his injury marked the second time an event such as this occurred on the set of “Bond 25.” In addition, two stuntmen were injured in an explosion at Pinewood Studios in England. Unsurprisingly, in a film series with a history like the James Bond series, these are not the first injuries to occur in set. There have been a lot of injuries to actors, crew members, and stuntmen over the years, going almost all the way back to beginning of the franchise. We’d be remiss if we didn’t take a look at the full history of injuries over the years. In the second installment of the Bond series, an explosion during the final chase scene in From Russia With Love resulted in three stuntmen being injured and burning the eyelids of actor Walter Gotell, who was playing the villain Morzeny (but would later become more recognizable in the series as the head of the KGB in the Moore-era films). In another on-set accident, the film’s art director Micha...