Lukas Gage says 'whole crew was terrified' filming Smile 2

Lukas Gage has admitted he was left "dry-heaving" on the set of Smile 2 because the film is so scary the "whole crew was terrified" during filming.



Lukas Gage was terrified filming Smile 2
Lukas Gage was terrified filming Smile 2

The "whole crew was terrified" during filming on 'Smile 2', according to the movie's star Lukas Gage.

Gage previously admitted he was left feeling nauseous when working on the horror sequel's gory scenes and he's now claimed 'Smile 2' is so scary, it left the whole cast and crew feeling unnerved.

He told The Hollywood Reporter: "I didn’t puke, I dry-heaved. I was really shocked how intense it is on the day. You just think: ‘Oh, it’s acting, it’s gonna be fine,’ but that movie is so scary.

"The whole crew was terrified. That smile itself is just so creepy and then you throw the most gory scenes on top of it, I just, yeah, I have a weak stomach too. I’m a wimp."

He added of the film: "I don’t say this about a lot of things that I do, ’cause I’m the biggest critic ever - I am so proud of it, and I think it’s so scary, and I think [director] Parker Finn did it again, like, he just takes it to the next level and we have some really cool cameos happening in this movie."

He previously opened up about 'Smile 2' during an appearance on the 'The Jess Cagle Podcast with Julia Cunningham', he explained: "If you loved the first movie, you’re going to love this one... It’s so terrifying.

"It was the first time I’ve ever been on a set where I was genuinely afraid, and I actually got sick to my stomach in one take ... It was so gory and so disgusting."

He added: "It’s legitimately that scary. I’m not even just lying. I’ve never been on something that truly terrified me."