First and foremost, I'm not trying to be mean-spirited here, but it's just too funny not to share.

Unless you've had your head in the sand for the last year and a half, Killers of the Flower Moon was filmed in Northern Oklahoma over a period of a few months.

While the movie is still in theaters, Apple+ is now spending marketing dollars on advertising the film again, probably in a run-up to their streaming announcement.

Since the best way to advertise something is to be genuine, Apple is sharing some of the behind-the-scenes shenanigans from filming in Pawhuska and Fairfax, OK, and these Hollywood legends couldn't be any farther outside of their zone.

During an overcast day, since Oklahoma is best known the world over for our large tornadoes, the cast laughed through the stress one day convinced they were watching a tornado develop. It's hilarious, click play.


@appletv Filmed on location in Pawhuska, OK. #KillersOfTheFlowerMoon ♬ original sound - Apple TV

While I'm sure it was a magical moment collectively for the crew to experience, with all that life and limb danger and such, we get to peek in on it and have a chuckle. After all, name a single Oklahoman who doesn't know a tornado when they see it.

Like I said, this isn't something mean-spirited, I just thought it was hilarious. It's even more funny when you think they're all probably spreading the story of how they survived a tornado in Oklahoma all across Hollywood.

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