Thursday, December 1, 2005

Nothing Missing While Filming Bermuda Triangle Flick – Except A Few Minds

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A lot of planes have supposedly been lost in the Bermuda Triangle but, thankfully, there were no such losses while making a film about the mysterious region.

That’s the picture painted by Dean Devlin, the executive producer of the upcoming miniseries, Triangle.

Devlin – who has been behind films like Independence Day and Godzilla – says his crew may have escaped falling into the triangle’s clutches because the bulk of Triangle was made in South Africa, far away from the real Bermuda Triangle.

Still, Devlin says a few scenes were filmed in Florida near the real triangle “just a few days after Katrina came through.”

And while he says there was no cast members or luggage was lost while making the movie, Devlin admits, “We almost lost our minds.”

Triangle, which stars Eric Stoltz and Catherine Bell, debuts Monday (Dec. 5) on the Sci Fi Channel.

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