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Neve Campbell recalls getting attacked by a bear on a Canadian movie set when she was only 17

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Neve Campbell shared about the time she was attacked by a bear on a movie set in Canada when she was only 17-years-old.The Scream star revealed the details of a real-life horror movie moment while filming with the animal in the Canadian wilderness as a teenager.The 48-year-old actress appeared on The Kelly Clarkson Show on Thursday and described being dragged through a forest by the wild animal as it held onto her leg.

Scary! Neve Campbell, 48, shared about the time she was attacked by a bear on a movie set in Canada when she was only 17-years-oldCampbell - who has reprised her role as Sidney Prescott for the fifth film in the slasher series - recalled the scary incident in detail. 'I was17-years-old and I was playing this role, she's one with the animals, and there was a scene where I'm supposed to be getting chased by a bear- the only animal I'm not one with in the movie - and they brought this bear on set,' the star said.She went on, 'They first gave me a big bottle of Coke to feed it, so now this is a bear on a sugar rush.''I was like 'OK.' And I dip my hand in honey and run to this rock.

I turn around and put my hand out and the bear is not slowing down. He grabs me by the leg and he pulls me through the forest, and my mother happens to be visiting the set so she's screaming,' she recalled.

Bear attack: While appearing on The Kelly Clarkson Show this week she described being dragged through a forest by the wild animal as it held onto her leg'The whole crew is frozen because no one can believe what's happening, and all I could think to say was, "He's biting me," like it wasn't obvious.'After being freed with the help of a bear wrangler, Neve surprised the director when she asked for the cameras to roll again so they.

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