Steven Seagal falls from window while filming ‘Under Siege 3: The Kremlin Falls’
Totally unforeseen event happened just as expected
RIP King, we’re going to miss those Henley collars
THE KREMLIN — Gary Busey’s costar in the 1992 movie “Under Siege”, a man known for his roles as a Navy SEAL and a Special Forces soldier, was pronounced dead yesterday when he fell from a hospital window after falling ill while filming a movie about the fall of the Kremlin, sources confirm.
Steven Seagal, a 71-year-old Russian citizen, and strategic has-been, fell from a window at the Polyclinic Pirogov General Hospital, a few blocks from the principal filming location for “Under Siege 3: The Kremlin Falls.”
The movie’s completely original screenplay, written by Seagal himself, involves a mercenary leader who marches his troops on the Kremlin. Russia’s corrupt military is powerless to stop the coup, leaving Seagal to save the entire country single-handedly a la Chuck Norris.
Trouble began for the star of the $69,000-grossing movie “General Commander” while he was filming a scene with local judo instructor and war criminal, Vladimir Putin, cast as Russia’s president.
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