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Tragic : ‘Titans Production’s Crewmember Died In An Accident


Following an accident on Thursday during the practise for a car stunt, a cast member of the DC Universe television show Titans has passed away. Warren Appleby, a member of the crew who coordinated special effects, was killed when a piece of the car broke off.

After the tragedy, Titans production was halted for two days.

Warner Bros. TV and DC Universe, the show’s producers, released a statement on Thursday, saying, “We are heartbroken and devastated by the passing of our treasured colleague, special effects coordinator Warren Appleby, after an accident which occurred at a special effects facility during the preparation and testing for an upcoming shoot.” “Warren is adored by everyone who collaborated with him throughout a remarkable 25-year career in television and film. The executive producers would like to send their sincere condolences to Warren’s family and friends during this extremely trying time, along with everyone else in the Titans family, Warner Bros. Television Group, and DC Universe.

Appleby was a partner in the Toronto-based business Acme FX, which released a statement saying, “We are grieved by the untimely loss of Acme FX partner Warren Appleby. Many people in our community cherished Warren as a business partner, leader, mentor, friend, and brother. He was also a devoted husband and father to his wife and kids. He will be remembered for his sharp wit, capable leadership, concern and compassion for his crew, and—most importantly—his steadfast love for his family. Words cannot adequately explain how much we will miss him.

It and The Shape of Water, as well as the TV series The Strain, 11.22.63, and Killjoys, are among the movies and TV shows for which Appleby has served as a special effects supervisor or coordinator. On GoFundMe, a memorial fund for his family is now soliciting donations.

A darker Teen Titans animation called Titans was first created for TNT, but after the cable network cancelled the project in 2016, DC Universe declared a year later that it was restarting the series. It was the first scripted show to premiere on DC Universe, and a second season is now being made.

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