Before you freak out and think I was witness to a plane crash, I wasn’t. This picture was taken at Universal Studios in California on their studio tour, where they drive you past different movie sets they’ve used over the years. This one blew my mind. It was an actual plane that they brought in and wrecked for a movie. I think it was the Tom Cruise movie, “War of the Worlds.” I can’t remember what they told us about it because I was so taken with the realistic, scary scene. I’ll admit I am a bit obsessed with disaster movies, be it “Titanic,” “The Poseidon Adventure,” “Earthquake,” or “The Towering Inferno.” I’ve seen them all, even though they scare the crap out of me. Nevertheless, I still watch them. I think it’s the reason I became hooked on the show, “Lost.” A plane crashes on a seemingly deserted island, and many of the passengers survive. This set at Universal reminded me of the opening scene from “Lost,” which I faithfully watched for the years it aired.
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