Ewwwwww gross! That split-pea soup vomit sequence from "The Exorcist" was kid's stuff compared to the throw-up scene in "Witches of Eastwick," in which one of the stars spews cherry-colored vomit more than 20 feet!
That's the report from an Outtakes friend who chanced into a rough-cut viewing at the Preview House, which measures audience reaction for editing and marketing purposes. Based on the John Updike novel, the big, BIG budgeted film ($35 million-plus, acknowledged a rep for the office of director George Miller) is due out in June.
Equally scary, according to our source: Jack Nicholson's devilish ways, as he goes about seducing the imposing modern-day coven of Cher, Susan Sarandon and Michelle Pfeiffer. They, um, sort of conjure him up over cocktails. See, none of them has a man. Which gets them to musing about Prince Charming. He doesn't have to be gorgeous. . . .
Voila! A mysterious (and paunchy) Nicholson moves into an old mansion nearby--and their lives. Nicholson reportedly pulls out all stops, a la his broad turn in "The Shining."