Hollywood stars GEORGE CLOONEY and EWAN McGREGOR's latest film shoot was interrupted by a strong earthquake which shook their Puerto Rican set on Saturday.
The pair was on location in the Caribbean to film their forthcoming anti-war satire Men Who Stare At Goats, when they were jolted by the powerful quake.
The new movie, in which Clooney sports a moustache and long hair, is set in Iraq, but Puerto Rico was chosen as the best location to match the war-torn country's landscape.
Bizarrely, the quake, which is the country's strongest in 20 years, comes on the 90th anniversary of the worst ever tremor recorded in Puerto Rico, which left 118 people dead.
No one was reported as injured after the weekend's quake, according to officials.