While wearing a black arm sling at the Golden Globes earlier this month, the 'Last of Us' actor told reporters that he "fell"
Pedro Pascal appears to be on the mend.
After appearing at the 2024 Golden Globe Awards and Emmy Awards in an arm sling earlier this month, the actor appeared without the accessory on Thursday at the premiere of his new film Freaky Tales during the opening night of the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.
Pascal, 48, flashed a megawatt smile on the red carpet as he posed in a cream-colored, diamond-print jacket and matching pants, over a white button-down shirt and black shoes.
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During the Golden Globes on Jan. 7, Pascal sported a black sling alongside a nearly all-black ensemble — but it wasn't a battle with zombies, intergalactic beings or narcos that gave him the injury. He told reporters that he simply "fell."
Eight days later, while presenting the award for best supporting actor in a drama series at the Emmys, the Chilean-born actor told the audience that wanted to take a moment to “make this about me.”
Culkin, 41, delivered the first playful blow during his acceptance speech at the Globes, where he jokingly told Pascal to “suck it” after winning the award for best actor in a drama series over the Last of Us star.
“I think tonight is a perfect time to tell everyone that Kieran Culkin beat the s--- out of me,” Pascal said at the Emmys before the camera panned over to Culkin, who hilariously stared back without a hint of a smile.
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