The set of Halle Berry’s new movie is ‘shut down after crew thought that they had found live ammo’

‘It was quite alarming’: The set of Halle Berry and Mark Wahlberg’s new movie is ‘shut down after crew thought that they had found live ammunition’

The set of Halle Berry and Mark Wahlberg’s action film, Our Man From Jersey, was reportedly shut down after crew found what they thought was live ammunition.

The actors, 55 and 50, have been filming in London for the new Netflix distributed action thriller, which was announced last year.

But the shooting was seemingly interrupted as members of the film crew reportedly found a crushed balloon gas canister which looked like live ammunition.

Scare: The set of Halle Berry, 55, and 50-year-old Mark Wahlberg's new movie was reportedly shut down after crew thought that they had found live ammunition (pictured on set last month)

Scare: The set of Halle Berry, 55, and 50-year-old Mark Wahlberg’s new movie was reportedly shut down after crew thought that they had found live ammunition (pictured on set last month)

According the The Sun, a source explained the incident as ‘quite alarming’, noting that emergency reinforcements were brought onto the set.

The source told the publication: ‘It was quite alarming and there was no hesitation in phoning the police, who arrived quite promptly.’

Scotland Yard also commented to the publication, saying: ‘Police were called to reports of an item, described as a bullet casing. 

Mistaken: shooting was seemingly interrupted as members of the film crew reportedly found a crushed balloon gas canister which looked like live ammunition

Mistaken: shooting was seemingly interrupted as members of the film crew reportedly found a crushed balloon gas canister which looked like live ammunition

Alarming: According the The Sun , a source explained the incident as 'quite alarming', noting that emergency reinforcements were brought onto the set

Alarming: According the The Sun , a source explained the incident as ‘quite alarming’, noting that emergency reinforcements were brought onto the set

‘It was found to be a crushed balloon gas canister and was disposed of by officers,’ they explained. 

The canister was allegedly found in South East London at in Camberwell Green magistrates court.

Representatives for Halle and Mark have been contacted by MailOnline for comment. 

Halle and Mark have been spotted filming in London numerous times over the past couple of weeks – with more details on the film yet to be released.

Police enforcements: Scotland Yard also commented to the publication, saying: 'Police were called to reports of an item, described as a bullet casing

Police enforcements: Scotland Yard also commented to the publication, saying: ‘Police were called to reports of an item, described as a bullet casing

Sorted: 'It was found to be a crushed balloon gas canister and was disposed of by officers,' they explained

Sorted: ‘It was found to be a crushed balloon gas canister and was disposed of by officers,’ they explained

The stars were snapped recently as they shot a dramatic scene on Albert Bridge, which saw extras dressed as armed police on bikes while a helicopter hovered inches away from the bridge. 

While other images from last month showed Halle as she drove a vintage car with a red soft top, with Mark jumping in the passengers seat.

The movie is set to air via Netflix, with Halle building ties with the streaming platform after recently working with them for the premiere of her 2021 directorial debut Bruised there. 

Coming soon: The actors have been filming in London for the new Netflix distributed action thriller, which was announced last year

Coming soon: The actors have been filming in London for the new Netflix distributed action thriller, which was announced last year

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