Thursday, January 08, 2004 :::
Mel Gibson is making that Jesus movie, where apparently being struck by lightning is considered more of a righteous miracle than it is a bad thing. This is Gibson's spin on the whole being-struck-by-lightning issue, from MSNBC:
... Gibson as well as other people involved in the film The Passion of Christ, are convinced that miracles have occurred on the set. Two workers were reportedly struck by lightning and survived and Gibson has told people that people’s illnesses have mysteriously healed and losses of hearing and eyesight were reversed. Gibson’s rep wasn’t available for comment.
Turns out, it was the actor who pays Jesus that was struck! Hmmmm. Now, maybe I'm a cynic, but I think I would take that as a BAD sign from god:
Jim Caviezel, who stars as Jesus in Mel Gibson’s “Passion,” was struck by lightning during the filming. Assistant director Jan Michelini was also hit – for the second time during the shoot. A worker on the set told Variety: “I’m about a hundred feet away from them when I glance over and see smoke coming out of Caviezel’s ears.”
It's all how you spin it, I guess.
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