‘Indiana Jones 5’ Crew Member Found Dead in North Africa

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A crew member working on the set of ‘Indiana Jones 5’ has now been found dead in Morocco, where the film was being shot.

As The New York Post reports:

The much-hyped “Indiana Jones” sequel’s trouble-plagued production just took a darker turn — as a crew member has reportedly died on location in Morocco.

“Indiana Jones 5” camera department pro Nic Cupac was found dead in his hotel room in the city of Fes, Walt Disney Studios confirmed to The Post on Thursday.

“Our hearts go out to the family and friends of Nic Cupac, an incredibly talented colleague and member of the film community who will be greatly missed,” a rep for the production told The Post. “His sudden passing was not production related. Nic was a grip on 2nd unit.”

The 54-year-old’s cause of death has not been publicly disclosed, but “he is thought to have died of natural causes,” The Sun reported.

Cupac was a long-time crew member and had reportedly worked on films in the Star Wars and Jurassic Park franchises in the past.

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Carol Cooper
Carol Cooper
1 year ago

Stay away from Hollywood you are all dangerous people. Hod is watching all you liberals. Think about it

Carol Cooper
Carol Cooper
1 year ago
Reply to  Carol Cooper

God is watching you Liberals it’s obvious. But God rest his soul and Bless his family

Richard Logan
Richard Logan
1 year ago

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