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7 of the Strangest and Unexplainable Film Curses
The Omen - It was a film many said the Devil would not allow to be made, and the surrounding events may lend that ominous statement a rather notorious credence. The most notable events included the suicide of lead actor Gregory Peck's son two months before filming began; the attacking of the animal handlers by the trained Rottweilers used on set; a professional tiger handler died two weeks after filming when he was pulled headfirst into a lion's cage and was eaten alive; the principal actors wer
Goonies never say die Astoria celebrates the 30th anniversary of the beloved 1985 film ‘The Goonies’ June 4 to 7
Goonies never say die - Coast Weekend. Executive producer Steven Spielberg, left, and director Richard Donner talk in front of the Goonies house in Astoria during the filming of “The Goonies” in 1984.
Hollywood Flashback: In 1978 Cinematographer Geoffrey Unsworth First Got 'Superman' to Soar "He was like a human computer when it came to mixing effects and cinematography and this at a time when there were no computers" says director Richard Donner of the late Oscar-winning DP who helped create more realistic flying sequences in the superhero film. read more