James Bond actor Daniel Craig has reportedly been injured on the set of the upcoming film Bond 25, The Sun reveals.

The 51-year-old actor, who has played the fictional British spy since 2006, reportedly slipped and fell while running on set in Jamaica, hurting his ankle.

He was then flown to the U.S. to be examined by a surgeon and undergo X-rays.

The next instalment in the Bond film series was scheduled to begin shooting at its second location, Pinewood Studios in London, at the end of the week, but those plans have reportedly been canned as a result of Craig’s injury.

Disturbingly, this is not the first time Craig has been injured while filming a James Bond movie.

He lost two teeth while filming his first stunt scene for Casino Royale (2006), sliced off a fingertip on Quantum of Solace (2008) and hurt his knee on Spectre (2015), among other reported on-set injuries.

Little is known about the forthcoming film but director Cary Fukunaga and producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson announced the cast during a press event in late April at late Bond author Ian Fleming’s Jamaican villa.

Rami Malek was among the new additions to the cast, taking on the role of a villain.

“I’m very much looking forward to joining the whole cast and crew very soon,” Malek said in a video message. “I promise you all I will be making sure Mr. Bond does not have an easy ride in all of this.”

Craig previously stated that Bond 25 will be his final 007 film.