Actor Josh Brolin feared he'd meet his death on the night he was arrested by police after a fight at a bar, because the situation had rapidly gotten out of hand.
The star was celebrating the completion of filming on George W. Bush biopic 'W' with director Oliver Stone and members of the cast and crew when the incident occurred.
Brolin, his co-star Jeffrey Wright, and five crewmembers were arrested when they allegedly got involved in a fight between locals at the Stray Cat bar in Shreveport, Louisiana in July.
And Brolin admits he had other concerns on his mind than be scared of what was happening to them.
He says: "When it started escalating I thought, 'Is this the night when I get tasered and have a heart attack?'
"But I was more confused than scared. Confused and befuddled. I was looking around in total shock - or I was trying to; I had Mace in my eyes at the time."