Not So Scary: 9 Movie Monsters Taking an Unexpected 'Break'
Hey, burrowing deep into your nightmares is exhausting work! Even monsters need to take a time out every now and then.
1. Made in the Shade
Actor Roddy McDowell takes a juice break on the set of "Planet of the Apes" in 1968.
3. Water Break
Actor Robert Shaw relaxes next to the mechanical shark between set-ups during the filming of "Jaws" (1975).
4. Feeling Alien-ated
Wearing such a heavy suit, Bolaji Badejo had to take several breaks during the filming of "Alien" (1979).
5. What Nightmare?
Robert Englund sure had fun playing Freddy Krueger in the "Nightmare on Elm Street" movies.
6. Intestinal Fortitude
Director Peter Jackson comforts an actor on the set of "Braindead" (1992). The actor's real body extends below the floor, and refreshment had to be brought to him during breaks.
8. When You've Been Brought Back from the Dead, You Tend to Be a Little Hangry
Boris Karloff on the set of "Frankenstein" (1931).