Catherine Zeta-Jones was said to have been in extreme agony after having a toenail ripped off on her new movie set. The Welsh actress was filming a scene for "Death Defying Acts," a biopic about legendary escapologist Harry Houdini, at London's Savoy hotel, when a strong, heavy-built member of the crew accidentally stepped on her foot.
A source told Britain's The Sun newspaper, "It virtually took the toenail clean off. The nurse was called in. She was in pain but didn't have a tantrum."
Executive producer Dan Lupovitz played down the incident, saying the brunette beauty-who stars alongside Guy Pearce in the movie-quickly recovered from the toe mishap.
"It was as minor incident which hardly disrupted filming. She's fine," he said.
Meanwhile, Catherine's husband Michael Douglas has told her that two children is enough. The actress has always said she wanted a big family but Douglas is happy with son Dylan and daughter Carys, and thinks his wife would be just as happy to focus on her career.
"I think Catherine is resigned to that fact now. She's gone back and forth on the subject, but when she gets back into work, I think she realizes two's enough," he said.