13 Random AF Behind-The-Scenes Stories From Movie Sets That Sound Made Up But Aren't
This post has everything from PCP-spiked soup to a dead body in a lake.
The cast and crew were drugged with PCP while filming Titanic (1997).
Tom Felton's candy sneaking forced the wardrobe department to sew all of the students' pockets shut during the filming of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004).
Literally everyone was constantly vomiting while filming the original version of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974).
Director Stanley Kubrick destroyed most of the props after filming 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968).
Dan Aykroyd saved Carrie Fisher's life while filming The Blues Brothers (1980).
Director Randal Kleiser had major beef with Jack Nicholson and Warren Beatty while filming Grease (1978).
There was no cellphone signal during the filming of The Revenant (2016).
Director Christopher Nolan and crew planted over 800 acres of corn for real because they didn't want to use a CGI farm while filming Interstellar (2014).
The production team regularly ran out of money and had to ask for more while filming The Evil Dead (1981).
A dead body appeared in a lake on set during the filming of The Amityville Horror (2005).
"You're going to need a bigger boat" was actually an inside joke made up during the filming of Jaws (1975).
And finally, Brad Pitt was so miserable on the set, he almost quit in the middle of filming Interview With the Vampire (1994).
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