Ryan Phillippe hospitalized after breaking leg in "freak accident"


As fans may already be aware, the actor is now starring in Shooter on U.S., which is set to premiere on Tuesday at 10 P.M. ET.

While Phillippe's injury wasn't Shooter-related, a stuntman from the show was pinned under a vehicle and hospitalized previous year.

He reassured fans he would be OK after posting a picture on his Instagram Story, in which he was lying in a hospital bed with his leg in bandages.

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The 42-year-old has been filming the second season of Shooter, in which he plays a former Marine sniper, ahead of its premiere on Tuesday. The last two weeks we've been in the desert, Palmdale, in degrees over 110.

Phillippe typically performs his own stunts in his physically strenuous Shooter role, but as he explained on Twitter, he wasn't on set when he injured his leg.

"You know, it's a tough show to shoot".

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"I'm going to be OK & I appreciate your concern. - me", he wrote in the caption. "I will keep you updated on my progress".

He added on the physical demands, "We kind of really push it to the limits ..." In either case, I hear the producers are confident that all 10 episodes of Shooter will be delivered on time to air as scheduled.

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