Top 10 Movie Crew Fails

Top 10 Movie Crew Fails

While director is yelling “action!” and snapping with the movie clapper, how about knowing your place and getting out of the way??

Here is a selection of scene outtakes where the filming crew have some sort of organizational problems, or they simply love to be in front of the camera where they absolutely shouldn’t be. Enjoy watching these and other movies on BT Vision at your home.


Crew member returning to the Terminator 2 set after a break; unfortunately on the wrong side of the set: “Oops, are they filming?!”


Even Braveheart had a camera crew member showing in the background while Mel Gibson was in the middle of a dialog.


I didn’t know “Shining” had helicopters in the plot? No, it doesn’t, the helicopter shadow is not supposed to be there.


Mirrors are a camera man’s worst enemy. Here you see a careless crew member visible in one of the mirrors in “Spy Kids”.


“I’ll just stand here directly facing the camera holding the microphone while you eat this poor man, guess nobody will notice me since I’m after all in the background!”


They thought one extra boat (with the camera crew) among all the other ones wouldn’t be noticeable out in the open sea…


Member of the camera crew sitting in the backseat of the military vehicle. Never heard about bending down?


You really didn’t think that we would see the camera lens in the doorknob? Try another angle next time.


One of the crew members obviously wants to be a part of the Hogwarts school children.


One of the camera guys decides to take a stroll around the ship while Johnny Depp is fully concentrated on his lines.

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5 Comments

  1. John6
    May 9, 2013 @ 12:25 am

    Haha hilarious text under the photos!

  2. Chelsea
    May 9, 2013 @ 12:30 am

    Yeah the helicopter shadow in The Shining is so obvious. I was like: what????
    XD

  3. John
    May 9, 2013 @ 12:54 am

    In my opinion, you missed one of the biggest crew fails ever. In the movie “Windtalkers” at 2:04:57 when Nick Cage is helping his co-star walk away from an explosion, you see a crew member dressed in jeans, a plaid shirt, and a plastic hairnet just sitting on the side of the screen.

  4. Joey
    May 9, 2013 @ 1:25 am

    The Matrix was released in 1999

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