Blake Lively injured on set

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Blake Lively has been injured on the set of her new film, The Rhythm Section, suspending production on the spy thriller.

According to the spokesperson, Ryan Reynolds' wife obtained an injury to her hand while she was filming an action sequence for the movie.

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Good for Blake Lively for continuing to push herself.

She also showed off a snap from the film on Instagram over the weekend.

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This time around, Lively is wearing a short, shaggy black pixie cut.

According to Variety, in "The Rhythm Section", Lively's character is on a path to self-destruction after the death of her family in an airplane crash. After being told by a journalist that the crash was an act of terror covered up by intelligence agencies, and then watching that journalist get killed, the woman's anger awakens a new sense of objective and she rises to uncover the truth by adapting the identity of an assassin to track down those responsible.

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Paramount acquired rights to "The Rhythm Section" in August, setting "The Handmaid's Tale" exec producer Reed Morano to direct from a script by Burnell. Pictured: The Hollywood actress attending the "Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garcons: Art Of The In-Between" Costume Institute Gala at Metropolitan Museum in New York City on May 1, 2017.

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