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Bizarre Things That Happened On The Set Of The Passion Of The Christ

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Published on 19 Jun 2020 / In Film Trailers

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Mel Gibson's biblical drama The Passion of the Christ both divided and shocked audiences nationwide after its release in 2004. Regardless, it received three Academy Award nominations and remains the highest-grossing R-rated film of all time. On screen, The Passion of the Christ has its fair share of bizarre moments — like the part where Satan carries around a baby Voldemort. Mel Gibson purposely added those Uncanny Valley moments just to catch audiences off guard, saying: "That's what evil is about, taking something that's good and twisting it a little bit." But as surreal as things can get during the movie itself, there were even more bizarre happenings behind the scenes — some of which you might not even believe...

Electrifying work | 0:41
Whiplash | 1:47
Cross purposes | 2:24
He got migraines | 2:53
Dramatic conversion | 3:31
Career wrap | 4:33

Read more here → http://www.looper.com/107673/b....izarre-things-happen

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