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Scenes That Made Actors Vomit On The Set

Whether because of food poisoning, the disturbing nature of a scene, or the queasiness brought on by a topsy-turvy stunt, vomiting on set is clearly not an uncommon occurrence in Hollywood. But for Johnny Lee Miller, it wasn’t any of those reasons that caused him to do the technicolor yawn (that’s slang for vomiting, according to Google). Instead, it was the raw emotion of being reunited with a cast of old friends for the first time in decades.

It happened on the first day of rehearsals on the legacy sequel “T2 Trainspotting,”┬áthe long-awaited follow-up to the British cult classic from 1992 starring Miller, Ewan McGregor, Kelly Macdonald, Robert Carlyle, Ewen Bremner, and Kevin McKidd. “I was so nervously excited and I ended up throwing up in the bathroom,” Miller told Empire Magazine (via the Scottish Sun). “It was like, ‘Nice to see you, I gotta go vomit,'” he said. Considering their characters had all once been drug-addled drifters who’d often barf up a lung after a bender, it somehow made sense. “It just felt weirdly, awfully appropriate for ‘Trainspotting,’ throwing up in a bathroom,” he said. “Having not seen the guys for years, I hoped they didn’t think I had some awful drug habit.”

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