Friday, April 28, 2006

Dean Cain Discovers Making A Disaster Movie Is A Real Blast

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Making a disaster movie can be a real blast in more ways than one.

That’s the word from actor Dean Cain, who plays a volunteer fireman in the upcoming TV-movie, 10.5: Apocalypse.

Cain’s character tries to rescue people in the aftermath of a huge seismic shift underneath the North American continent – and that meant Cain spent a lot of time on the set filming fire scenes, which he says generate a lot of dust and debris.

Naturally, it’s a dirty job but Cain sees the bright side: He didn’t have to deal with lava, since it was all computer-generated.

Plus, he says the crew was so professional that “there were no Michael Jackson incidents” that he knows about.

10.5: Apocalypse airs May 21 and 23 on NBC.

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