The As Good as It Gets star reveals she and her co-stars lived in constant terror because of the lack of moviemaking technology in 1996.

She says, "I had nightmares making it. It was terrifying. It was only the beginning of this very, very evolved computer graphics, CGI world, so much more of it was real than you think.

"They didn't paint in the hail with the computer; they made a hail machine and dropped giant balls of ice on us. I mean, it was crazy... They had firehoses pointed at us, and you couldn't hear anything, which is not the safest way to make a movie, so I was really happy to make it through in one piece."