20th Century Fox settles with Family of deceased Stunt woman Deadpool 2. Film company 20th Century Fox and the family of Joi Harris have settled.
The stuntwoman died in 2017 on the set of Deadpool 2.
The amount of the settlement was not disclosed.
According to Michael Buckley, who is associated with the case as a family lawyer,
20th Century Fox supported the family in everything.
“They have acted very responsibly.”
Forty-year-old Harris lost control of the wheel in Vancouver,
where the film was shot with Ryan Reynolds in the lead,
driving her motorbike through the windows of a building.
Harris was barely working for a week on the set of Deadpool 2.
She did the stunts for the role Domino.
The film was the first job as a stuntwoman for Harris,
who was previously active as a professional road racer. As the first professional African-American motorcycle racer.