This time, it is a blockbuster movie with a very famous name – “Indiana Jones 5”. This sequel was long-awaited, and brings back aging Harrison Ford in one of his most famous roles on the big screen.
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To be honest, this movie has been “cursed” and “jinxed” from the very start, in its scenario, right?
Well, that’s not the reason connected to the sudden death of the cameraman that happened on set in Morroco.
According to The New York Post,
“Indiana Jones” sequel’s trouble-plagued production just took a darker turn — as a crew member has reportedly died on location in Morocco.
“Indiana Jones 5” camera department pro Nic Cupac was found dead in his hotel room in the city of Fes, Walt Disney Studios confirmed to The Post on Thursday.
“Our hearts go out to the family and friends of Nic Cupac, an incredibly talented colleague and member of the film community who will be greatly missed,” a rep for the production told The Post. “His sudden passing was not production-related. Nic was a grip on 2nd unit.”
The reason for the death of the 54-year-old cameraman is still not publicly shared, but the allegations are that he died of completely natural causes.
“Nic Cupac had plenty of years of experience under his belt, having also worked on productions as varied as Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom and In Bruges, along with a slew of Disney productions including Solo: A Star Wars Story and Cruella. His work on Indiana Jones 5 was recent, though the movie has been off the ground and moving forward for a while. Reports indicate he had been working on a particularly complex-sounding stunt involving a rickshaw that needed help from around 100 crew members.”