Most Dangerous Movies Ever Made
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People who have watched the Hangover series can tell you that it is hilarious. But not many people know that it wasn't all fun when the cast and crew were filming the movie. Scott McLean was the stunt double of Ed Helms and in one scene he had to stick his head out of a moving truck only to have his head narrowly miss an oncoming car. However, it didn't go as planned.
When Jumper movie was released in 2008, it received a lukewarm response from critics but went on to make 222.2 million USD on a budget of 85 million USD. Not many people know that the making of the film put several people's lives in danger, even leading to one person's death. Such was the impact of the tragedy that set dressers found themselves tearing down when the unimaginable happened.
It won't be wrong to say that the idea of Roar movie was just plain stupid. The movie which was completed in 1981 is about a family who is attacked by wild animals during their visit to the home of an animal researcher. Although the idea wasn't that stupid, what made it so moronic was the use of real predatory animals. Yes, the filmmakers went on to bring in real lions, tigers, leopards, and other wild animals. They shot the movie on a ranch where they coexisted with - you've guessed it right - wild animals.
When the title of the movie is Rambo, it is guaranteed to have everything that satisfies action fans all over the world. The Rambo: First Blood Part II was also filled with enough violence and stunts. However, one of the dangerous stunts led to the death of special effects technician Cliff Wenger Jr.
When Waterworld was released in 1995 on a budget of 175 million USD, making it the most expensive film ever made at the time. It received a lot of praise for the futuristic setting and premise (shot in the Pacific Ocean off of the coast of Hawaii. Due to the unpredictability of the weather and the ruthless waves, the lives of several members of the cast, crew, and even main lead star were in danger.
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