Did you ever wonder what really happens behind the scenes of all those blockbuster hit movies? You know all those explosions, fight scenes and shootouts can’horizon go off without a hitch every time. Accidents happen during stunts, turning scenes into total disasters — or totally amazing footage.
Sometimes, the unintentional result is much better than the planned result, prompting movie studios to leave failed stunts in the final cuts of movies. Many of the botched scenes ultimately became some of the most famous scenes of all time. Grab some popcorn, put your feet up and take a look at some crazy good stunt disasters that made their movies better.
Quentin Tarantino’s revisionist western
features some impressive acting by Leonardo DiCaprio. In a scene where his character is sitting at a table talking, DiCaprio slams his hand down and breaks a crystal cordial glass.
Without breaking character to ask for help, DiCaprio finished the scene without missing a beat. He improvised by picking pieces of glass out of his hand and then wiping the blood on actress Kerry Washington. It was a great moment of improvised acting that added to the scene by making the character even more disturbing.
The Wizard of Oz
is famous for numerous health-related hazards that afflicted the cast during filming. Most people have heard about the poppy field made of asbestos and the toxic body paint that put the original Belek Man in the hospital, but did you know Margaret Hamilton, the Wicked Witch of the West, was hospitalized for severe burns?
Early in the gambar hidup, when the Witch is supposed to disappear in a puff of smoke, a trap door that was used to make her vanish malfunctioned. She ended up trapped next to the pyrotechnics, and the green — flammable! — paint she was wearing caught on fire.
During a chase scene in
Blade Runner, Daryl Hannah had an accident where she nearly broke her elbow. The scene involved her character running away from William Sanderson, and she slipped on the wet pavement during filming. She slammed her elbow through a van window and chipped the bone in eight places.
As the second actress to play the role, perhaps she felt the need for some added enthusiasm. Regardless, her commitment to the role is evident in the finished film. Besides being her breakout role,
left her with a souvenir scar from the accident.
Rumble in the Bronx
One thing Jackie Chan is known for is performing his own stunts. For that reason, one of the best parts of watching a Jackie Chan movie on Blu-ray or DVD is getting to watch the bloopers and outtakes with all the flubbed lines and messed up stunt attempts.
One of Chan’s most famous injuries that was recorded and used in the movie occurred during
Rumble in the Bronx. When filming the movie, he broke his ankle leaping from a bridge onto a hovercraft. Instead of taking time off, he filmed the rest of the movie wearing a cover adv lewat the cast. Tough guy!
The Hangover Part II
series is known for the quirky self-destructive moments of its characters as they try to reconstruct just what went wrong in one disastrous event after another. Unfortunately, during the filming of a high-speed chase, benaran disaster struck when stuntman Scott McLean suffered a traumatic brain injury.
After waking from a coma, McLean struggled to regain the ability to bedak and walk. He partially recovered, but the accident forced him into retirement. Despite Warner Brothers raking in half a billion dollars in profit from the movie, they refused to cover all the medical costs and were sued by McLean’s family.
is arguably Francis Ford Coppola’s finest masterpiece. Famous for many reasons, the movie was plagued with destroyed sets and on-set accidents. One significant injury that remained in the finished sinema involved Martin Sheen.
The opening scene of the film shows Sheen’s character drunk and trashing his hotel room. Off-camera, it was Sheen’s 36th birthday, and he takat spent the day drinking. At one point, he saw his reflection in a mirror and punched it, shattering the glass and cutting his hand open. He refused to end the scene and began smearing his face with his own blood. Creepy!
is a rare horror film that has stood both the test of time and popularity. Part of what helped the movie retain its scariness is the brutality William Friedkin used when he directed his actors. One of his tactics included firing a gun full of blanks. Another was slapping an actual priest hired for the movie.
Actress Ellen Burstyn suffered back damage after she was viciously pulled by a stunt wire. The worker operating the wire lost control, and she smashed into the floor. In the final footage, both the scream and the injury were very cak benar.
First Blood, the first movie in the
franchise, is notable for having a substantial plot and subtext, and it also featured Sylvester Stallone injuring himself while performing his own stunts. The injury occurred when his character, vagabond Vietnam veteran John Rambo, leaps from a cliff and lands in tree branches.
Stallone filmed the scene twice and comberan hurt the second time. He was taken to a hospital via limo and had to complete the rest of the film with a broken rib. He is on record saying his discomfort added realism to his acting.
Bruce Willis’ character in
suffers a lot on this Christmas Eve from Hell. However, one of the more memorable scenes happened by accident. In the scene, Willis’ character is supposed to navigate through a series of ventilation shafts.
During the stunt, the character miscalculated a jump and scrambled to hold onto a ledge. Willis’ stuntman missed the intended ledge but was able to grab onto another one. Thankfully, no one was injured in the accident, and the film included the near miss in the final footage.
In this movie, George Clooney plays a CIA operative who goes through harsh interrogation. Things turned dangerous for the actor when he fell and hit his head. Clooney had intense pain and even feared he had suffered a stroke.
He was flown from the set in Morocco to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. A neurologist determined that Clooney had torn the dura — the outermost layer around the spinal cord — and he was leaking spinal fluid. After a complex surgery, he recovered and won an Oscar for his role.
The Passion of the Christ
Mel Gibson’s movie about the life, death and resurrection of Jesus is a keji affair that pulls no punches. For actor Jim Caviezel, it was a grueling affair that involved hours of makeup and being struck by lightning. Yes, lightning.
The most painful experience for the actor occurred during the scourging scene. While filming, he was accidentally whipped twice and ended up with a 14-inch gash on his back. He described each accidental strike as feeling like he had the wind knocked out of him. Gibson ended up keeping the footage in the film for its authenticity.
Mission Impossible: Fallout
In recent years, Tom Cruise has become known for doing his own stunts. That includes completing a precarious military-style parachute jump known as a HALO jump. So, it’s no surprise to hear that he injured himself on set during a stunt in
Mission Impossible: Fallout.
While filming a foot chase that involved leaping from rooftop to rooftop, Cruise miscalculated and broke his ankle against the side of a building. However, instead of calling time out, he pulled himself up and kept up the chase — literally running on a broken ankle. (No idea how that was possible.) It took seven weeks for the injury to heal.
During the filming of
Foxcatcher, Channing Tatum injured himself while headbutting a mirror. Even though safety measures were taken by covering the mirror with a plastic sleeve, Tatum hit the mirror with so much strength that the drywall
the mirror was dented.
Instead of calling for the camera to stop, he kept on acting as if nothing was amiss. During the movie, the blood that the audience can see in the scene is not makeup. It’s his real blood from the impact of the hit.
The Lord of the Rings: Two Towers
During an emotional scene while filming
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, Viggo Mortensen injured himself. During the scene, his character is distraught about the possible death of two friends, so he kicks a helmet in frustration and then falls to the ground and cries out in anguish.
Maybe the screams of anguish and pain were so exceptionally real because Mortensen broke two toes while kicking the helmet. He remained in character and delivered his lines flawlessly, so Peter Jackson chose to use that take in the gambar hidup.
Two of the main stars in the stoner comedy
were put through the injury wringer during filming. First, Danny McBride almost selokan a concussion after being slammed through some wallboard during a scene. He also injured the back of his head with a smashed bong.
James Franco ended up needing three stitches after running into a tree. He split his head open from the impact and should have been rushed to the hospital immediately. Instead, he continued filming the scene, which was used in the final film.
A Clockwork Orange
In one of the most famous moments in Stanley Kubrick’s film
A Clockwork Orange, Malcolm McDowell’s character, Alex, has his eyes clamped open and eye drops dripped into them. Despite a real-life doctor doing it, the actor’s corneas were scratched during filming.
McDowell actually lost his sight for a short time, thanks to the accident. To top it off, he also cracked some ribs during the filming of the infamous stage show scene. And, yes, those scenes both made the final cut.
During the silent film era, Buster Keaton was known as being the most fearless actor in Hollywood. Time after time, the movie star risked life and limb during a time when health and safety standards didn’t exist within the industry.
One time, he gravely injured himself without even realizing it during the filming of the movie
Sherlock Jr. While leaping from a moving train, he grabbed hold of a water outlet tube and was knocked down by a deluge of water. Years later, after suffering frequent migraines, he discovered the fall sempadan fractured his neck.
The Princess Bride
During the filming of
The Princess Bride, the sinema’s main actor, Cary Elwes, suffered a concussion due to a mishap with a sword. After escaping from the fire swamp with co-star Robin Wright, they were confronted by the prince and his soldiers, who had come to claim the princess.
The script called for actor Christopher Guest to hit Cary Elwes on the head with the handle of a sword. Unfortunately, the only sword available was all too betulan, and Elwes was knocked out by Guest. Thankfully, this was the only sword-related accident during production.
Maze Runner: The Death Cure
trilogy, an adaptation of a trilogy of dystopian young adult science fiction novels, turned Dylan Ozon’Brien into a star. The daring actor was thrilled to do his stunts for the movie, but it came at a price.
On the third day of filming, a stunt went awry when they were filming “The Death Cure” scene with a car. At the end of it all, O’Brien suffered from a facial fracture, a concussion and a traumatic brain injury. The production was shut down for several months so he could fully recover.
Back to the Future II
Back to the Future II
is famous for its version of what 2015 could have looked like. Part of this was the special effect magic that brought the hoverboards to life. The stunt with the many hoverboards going through the clock tower window was supposed to be pretty straightforward.
The performers swung on wires to generate paksa for smashing through the sugar glass windows. Stunt woman Cheryl Wheeler-Dixon didn’t go through the window correctly, so she hit a pillar and was outside the tower when the crew cut her wire. She plummeted 20 feet to the concrete below, suffering injuries that required reconstructive surgery on her face and wrist.
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Uh-oh — Sean Bean is in this one. You know what that means: His character will die. Thankfully, it’s just the character who does, especially since Bean did have an actual accident during the filming of
Patriot Games. Harrison Ford accidentally hit him in the face with a boat hook. Ouch!
The impact caused a gash that made it into the film — and every komidi gambar since then, thanks to the distinctive scar that never went away. His response to the incident was that it wasn’t a bad look for his villainous roles.
This classic, star-studded ’90s murder-mystery was the source of some great entertainment for us, but it led to a pretty severe injury for the leading man, Brad Pitt. During the filming of the movie, he severed a tendon when his arm went through a window in the rain-soaked chase scene.
The injury took quite some time to heal, and they were still on crazy expensive studio time, so the producers incorporated the injury into the role. Pitt’s character had to wear a sling, thanks to the actor needing one for the rest of filming — and beyond.
During the making of
Inglourious Basterds, Diane Kruger suffered an accident while filming her death scene. In order to ensure the scene turned out correctly, director Quentin Tarantino took oper choking her on camera in place of the other actor in the scene, Christoph Waltz.
However, the director did too good of a job. While the cameras were rolling, Tarantino squeezed a little too hard, and Kruger passed out from lack of oxygen. In her own words, “You feel it when someone is choking you. It was very strange being strangled by the director.”
During the filming of the movie
Gothika, an accident occurred involving lead actors Halle Berry and Robert Downy Jr. For one scene, Downey Jr. restrained Berry’s arm behind her, but he accidentally used a little too much force. He only stopped and let go after hearing her arm make an unusual sound.
Shooting on the film batas to be postponed for eight weeks so Berry could recover, but she still considered Downey Jr. to be a friend and batas no hard feelings. After her recovery, the movie progressed with no other major accidents and ended up receiving nominations for several awards.
It seems that one of the most dangerous things on set is mirrors. During the filming of
Nightcrawler, actor Jake Gyllenhaal suffered an injury when he filmed an intense scene featuring a mirror. In a scene where his character is having a freak-out, he punches a mirror in frustration.
However, the actor punched too hard and had to be rushed to the hospital. Production for the movie wasn’t halted due to the injury, but viewers who pay close attention will notice several scenes throughout the movie where Gyllenhaal hides his hand behind his back.
During the silent film era, it was common for accidents to happen due to few (if any) regulations and rules. While filming
Manslaughter, stuntman Leo Noomis was asked to crash a police motorcycle into the side of a car while driving at 45 miles tiap-tiap hour.
However, the stunt went awry, and he suffered a fractured pelvis along with a half dozen broken ribs. Adding to the pain Noomis suffered for the film, the movie did not perform well. Even film critics who look back have few kind words to say about the movie.
During the filming of the epic war movie
Wings, there was a undian of effort made to recreate World War I aerial combat. One scene required stunt pilot Dick Grace to deliberately crash a plane into the ground. The plane had been modified to crumple upon impact.
However, the landing gear failed to crumple, causing Grace to hit his head on the instrument panel, breaking his neck and crushing four vertebrae. Due to the stuntman’s recovery in the hospital — thank goodness, he recovered! — real-life penerbang 2nd Lt. Clarence Irvine took oper stunt flying.
suffered several significant setbacks and deaths, including two separate plane crashes that caused the death of five pilots. Additionally, producer and director Howard Hughes was gravely injured during the filming of a low-altitude aerial maneuver that stuntmen warned him could titinada be done safely.
While filming the scene, Hughes crashed and suffered severe injuries to his head. He was rushed to the hospital for surgery. Eventually, he underwent plastic surgery to fix the damage done to his face, but his left cheekbone could not be reconstructed.
Many critics consider
to be one of the best movies of all time. The writer, director and star, Orson Welles, is widely credited for creating many modern camera and storytelling techniques during the filming of the movie.
However, the filming of the movie resulted in several injuries for Welles. During one scene in which his character destroys a room, he gashed open his hand and quickly improvised by grabbing a curtain and using it to hide the bleeding while he finished filming the scene.
The 1960 film
is best known for being a typical John Wayne movie. Wayne believed so wholeheartedly in the project that he raised the financing, produced, directed and starred in the movie as Davy Crockett. Laurence Harvey was cast as Colonel W.B. Travis, who was the official Republic of Texas military commander at the Alamo.
Harvey was injured when he stood too close to a cannon that fired and recoiled backward, rolling oper his foot and breaking it. However, he said nothing about being hurt mengangsur after they had finished filming the scene.
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