Kate Beckinsale rushed to emergency room during trip to Las Vegas after suffering severe back issues
Kate Beckinsale has been rushed to a hospital while staying in Las Vegas.
The 48-year-old Underworld star was in Vegas to shoot the film Prisoner’s Daughter, sources told TMZ on Friday.
They say the actress’ ‘back went out’ around 10:30 in the morning, necessitating a quick trip to the hospital.
Kate Beckinsale, 48, was rushed to a hospital in Las Vegas on Friday after her ‘back went out’ while she was in town for a film shoot, sources told TMZ; seen August 2 in LA
Beckinsale was staying at The Signature at MGM Grand, though it’s unclear if she was injured at the hotel or while filming.
As of now, sources say the actress is still in the ER, and her current condition is unclear.
The Love & Friendship star documented her Vegas trip Thursday on Instagram with a playful photo of herself in a lacy white dress.
She wore a black bustier underneath and had on fishnet stockings and black combat boots that added a grungy look to the outfit.
Kate also topped it off with a jeweled headband featuring a black flower just above her brow.
Vegas vacation: Beckinsale was staying at The Signature at MGM Grand, though it’s unclear if she was injured there or while filming
‘Oops #Vegas,’ she captioned the post.
Kate has been documenting her numerous Covid-19 tests and Vegas’ 104F-degree heat while shooting the film which also features Succession’s Brian Cox, Tyler Ritter and Ghostbuster’s actor Ernie Hudson.
The thriller is being helmed by Thirteen and Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke.
Cox stars as the ex-convict Max, who struggles to reconnect with his daughter (Beckinsale) and grandson after he’s back on the outside.
But his attempts at a reunion are jeopardized after his past violent deeds come back to haunt him.
Beating the heat: Kate has been documenting her numerous Covid-19 tests and Vegas’ 104F-degree heat while shooting Prisoner’s Daughter with Brian Cox, Tyler Ritter and Ernie Hudson
The film and TV star has plenty of projects in the works, including the 10-episode dark comedy Guilty Party.
Kate is executive producing and staring in the Paramount+ series, which premieres October 14, as a disgraced journalist named Beth Baker.
Her character tries to resuscitate her career by investigating the case of a young mother serving life in prison for maiming and murdering her husband, even though she claims she’s innocent.
Isla Fisher was previously attached to play the role but she had to back out due to pandemic-related circumstances, according to Deadline.
Beckinsale recently parted ways with her home in Los Angeles’ tony Brentwood neighborhood after a buyer snapped it up.
The house was listed just weeks earlier for $4 million, and the buyer paid just under that figure, which isn’t much higher than the $3.6 million Kate originally paid for it.
Back to work: The film and TV star has plenty of projects in the works, including the 10-episode dark comedy Guilty Party, in which she plays a disgraced journalist