The crew of Cross Creek Pictures and Walden Media’s “Everest” is safe following a deadly avalanche on Mount Everest.
The disaster killed 13 Nepalese guides and has left four missing persons on the peak.
The crew of nine were shooting on the world’s tallest mountain when the avalanche hit. Luckily they were safe at base camp.
Shooting will continue as planned with the crew reaching the summit next month.
This avalanche becomes the deadliest disaster ever to hit the Nepalese mountain, with the previous being a 1996 blizzard which took 8 lives.
“Everest” is set for release on September 18, 2015. Jake Gyllenhaal, John Hawkes, Emily Watson and Josh Brolin star in the Baltasar Kormakur directed pic.
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