Eleven extras have been injured after falling off a truck on the German set of Tom Cruise's latest movie, Valkyrie.
Filming has been taking place near Berlin's Potsdamer Platz
One man was seriously injured in the accident, which happened when the side of the vehicle burst open as it drove around a corner, Berlin police said.
The other 10 were treated in hospital but later released. Police said there were "no findings to suggest anyone famous was involved".
Cruise stars in the real-life story of a plot to kill Adolf Hitler in 1944.
The truck, which was made to look like a Wehrmacht military vehicle, is now being inspected for technical defects as part of a police investigation.
Valkyrie has faced criticism in Germany, where crew were banned from filming at the former staff quarters where Colonel Claus von Stauffenberg, who led the plot, was executed.
Cruise plays the mastermind behind a daring bid to assassinate Hitler
Rumours circulated that the ban was imposed because of Germany's hostility towards Cruise's Scientologist beliefs.
A government spokesman later said the restriction was put in place to preserve the building's "dignity".
The building, known as the Bendler Block, is now a memorial for Third Reich resistance fighters.
Valkyrie - named after Operation Valkyrie, the codename of the failed 1944 plot to kill Hitler - is being directed by Bryan Singer and will co-star British actor Kenneth Branagh.
Filming, which began last month, was called off following the accident on Sunday night. Police said they did not know whether there would be further delays as a result.