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Kevin Connolly Broke His Leg on Set of 'Entourage' Movie

March 25, 2014 (8:02 am) GMT
The Eric Murphy depicter injured his leg while playing football with Seattle Seahawks quarterback, Russell Wilson.
Kevin Connolly Broke His Leg on Set of 'Entourage' Movie

recently had an accident on set of "" movie. According to Deadline, the actor broke his left leg in two places while playing football with Seattle Seahawks quarterback, . The accident happened while the cameras were rolling.

Connolly iced his injured leg and wrapped it with bandage. "Pain management advice from a Super Bowl champ!!! #brokenleg @DangeRussWilson," he tweeted. The production was uninterrupted as he went back to film the next scene soon afterwards and showed up on the set the next day.

Wilson is set to make a cameo in the film which is due June 12, 2015. After the accident, the athlete gave a shout-out to Connolly on Instagram, "My man @kconnolly88 banged up after Running a perfect post route. When he gets healthy watch out Wes Welker! #ARealHeartGuy #WhiteLightnin."

The movie is a big-screen version of the HBO series which is loosely based on 's experience as an up-and-coming actor. He serves as an executive producer for the feature film and is expected to make a cameo appearance. Other celebrity cameos include and .

The "Entourage" movie stars , Connolly, , and . The cast members will attend the upcoming 2014 MTV Movie Awards next month, April 13 to present the "" actor with Generation Award.

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