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October 24, 2003

Take that!

by Feòrag

God clearly doesn't approve of Mel Gibson's latest film The Passion of the Christ, and has demonstrated His opprobium in the traditional manner - Jim Caviezel, the actor playing Jesus, has been hit by lightning twice during filming.

Describing the second lightning strike, McEveety told VLife, a supplement of the trade paper Variety: I'm about a hundred feet away from them when I glance over and see smoke coming out of Caviezel's ears.

Jesus actor struck by lightning - BBC News, 23rd October 2003.

Posted in The Passion of the Christ at 18:30. Last modified on September 28 2006 at 23:43.
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1: Posted by: A Voice of Sanity | September 2, 2008 10:43 PM

I understood Caviezel was hit once, but the assistant director was struck twice!

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