Deadpool 2 resumed filming Wednesday after a 48 hour hiatus to mourn the tragic death of motorcyclist stunt woman Joi Harris, who died Monday following an accident on the set at Canada Place Way.
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Before filming resumed earlier today, Vancouver native and lead actor Ryan Reynolds and director David Leitch gathered all the crew together for a minute of silence to remember their fallen colleague.
The production is believed to have resumed filming so soon after the tragic death due to extremely high costs of filming in downtown Vancouver.
It was reportedly Harris’ first film and she was not wearing a helmet when she crashed into a window. The 40-year-old died at the scene.