Master actor Ian McKellen, who gave life to the character of "Gandalf" in the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy, lost his balance during a fight scene in the play "Player Kings" a few days ago and fell on the stage.

It was announced that the 85-year-old master name, who was hospitalised, was in good spirits and would recover quickly.

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WILL NOT BE IN THE LAST 3 GAMES IN LONDON

According to the news in Deadline; Ian McKellen, who broke his ankle, will not be able to take part in the last 3 performances of the play in London.

In a statement made by the Noel Coward Theatre, it was announced that McKellen is recovering and David Semark will play the character of John Falstaff in the last three performances.

It was said that Ian McKellen will return when the play "Player Kings" starts its national tour in two weeks.

"THIS COULD BE MY LAST JOB"

On the other hand, Ian McKellen, who spoke to The Times in recent weeks and explained that he often thinks about whether the projects he accepts will be his last work, said: "If you want to know that you are mortal, just look at your address book. So when I get a script or a hint of an offer, I think, 'This could be my last job. No. I'm not going to do this," he said.

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