Hollywood star reveals acid-face accident during filming

Gerard Butler was involved in a fatal accident on the set of his latest film, Plane.

The Scottish actor described the incident in an interview on Late Night with Seth Meyers on Thursday.

Butler, who plays an airline pilot in the film, rubbed his face with phosphoric acid on set.

Butler starred in a scene where his character was fixing a plane before the accident, according to the New York Post.

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“I put my hand between those two wheels and pretend I know what I’m doing,” Butler said of the scene, which is set in the Philippines but was filmed in Puerto Rico.

The actor, known for films like ‘300’ and ‘Olympus Has Fallen,’ spotted his hand covered in ‘green liquid’ from the aircraft strut.

“I’m rubbing my face and suddenly … it’s in my throat, it’s in my mouth, it’s in my nose, it’s in my eyes, it burns my face, and I mean it burns.”

“And it turns out to be essentially phosphoric acid.”

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Commercial pilots advising the film’s cast on set pointed out the dangerousness of the situation, although it’s unclear if Butler washed the acid off his face, fearing it would make the emergency worse.

“We’re also shooting in Puerto Rico, so I’m drenched in sweat,” Butler said of the on-set acid emergency.

“I’m just burning alive… So it was intense. It actually burned for hours.”

The actor did not reveal how the acid was removed.

In the film, Butler plays an airline pilot who makes an emergency landing in an area controlled by a Filipino separatist militia.

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He promises audiences a “classic action movie” and describes the film as a “throwback” to classics starring Harrison Ford and Bruce Willis.

The film’s trailer promotes an action-packed survival thriller in which the plane’s passengers struggle to survive militia raids and navigate a dangerous island crash site.

The film’s premise appears to resemble a new take on survival thriller themes from Cast Away and the TV series Lost.

reviews been cheap overall.

“Plane” premiered on Friday and is in theaters nationwide.

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