On February 6th, a crew member named Juan spike wu osorio tragically died on the set of the upcoming Marvel TV series "Wonder Man." He fell from the rafters at CBS Radford studios where the show was in production.
Spike was a rigger working on set installation when the accident occurred, possibly due to a structural failure. He leaves behind his widow Joanne, a boom operator. With medical and legal expenses mounting, a fundraiser aims to support Joanne in this difficult time.
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Marvel Studios released a statement expressing deepest condolences to Spike's family and friends. They are cooperating with investigations into the circumstances around this devastating on-set accident.
"Wonder Man" stars Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as the title character Simon Williams - a wealthy businessman who gains superhuman abilities. It was originally created as a Marvel comic series in 1964.
Spike's sudden passing has brought production to a halt as the crew mourns this heartbreaking loss of their colleague and friend. Our thoughts are with his loved ones, as well as all those affected by this tragedy during the making of "Wonder Man." Funds raised in his memory can hopefully provide some relief for his widow.
A tragic accident occurred on the set of the new Marvel TV show Wonder Man. Juan Osorio, a 41-year-old lighting technician, died after falling from a high walkway at the Radford Studio Center in Los Angeles on Tuesday. Filming was not taking place when the accident happened.
Mr. Osorio's death is being investigated by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. The Marvel spokesperson offered their deepest condolences to his family and friends.
Filming of Wonder Man, starring Yahya Abdul-Mateen II and Ben Kingsley, was scheduled to resume in March after delays from recent strikes. The Disney+ show follows a character who gains superpowers.
Deaths on film and TV sets are uncommon, though there have been some high-profile incidents in recent years. This tragedy is a reminder of the need for continued safety efforts to protect crew members. Our thoughts go out to all those affected.