Following an accident on a Croatian movie set, actress Kate Winslet has resumed her career.
After allegedly being taken to the hospital over the weekend, the 46-year-old actress was photographed today getting back into character, according to a news website.
As she wore a khaki cargo jumpsuit on the set of her upcoming film Lee, which is being filmed in the Kupari hamlet, she seemed to be in high spirits.
She is shown in new photos wearing a US military uniform while being surrounded by crew members and looking makeup-free.
The actress was photographed entering the hospital only yesterday.
She was escorted in the photos by a sizable group of other individuals.
In dark clothing and a face mask, she entered the Dubrovnik Hospital. She is said to have driven a black van when she arrived at the hospital, which is around 15 minutes away from the set.
Jude Law and Marion Cotillard also appear in Kate’s latest movie, which depicts the story of World War II journalist Lee Miller.
As part of her preparation for her role in the upcoming “Avatar: The Way Of Water,” Kate previously talked about how she developed an amazing underwater “superpower.”
The actress, who is used to spending a lot of time submerged in water for extended periods of time in movies, learned how to hold her breath for an astonishingly long period of time.
The 46-year-old revealed she learned how to hold her breath for the longest period of time in a 900,000-gallon water tank than any other cast member when discussing her part as Ronal, a free diver of the Metkayina, in an interview with Empire.
She says in a statement, “Seven minutes and 14 seconds, baby!”
As a middle-aged lady, learning something superhuman in nature was the most fantastic thing I have ever experienced.