Nope, not the latest attraction at Disney World.
Actually, it was a scary mishap on the set of Miley Cyrus' new flick, Hannah Montana: The Movie, that may have your kids not wanting to hit the state fair any time soon. You see, a very strong wind blew a projection screen out of control and into a Ferris wheel full of people.
"When the wind caught it, all the cables were loose. It started [flying]," extra Brenda Blackford told Nashville station WKRN-TV. "I was watching to see which corner of it was gonna hit the Ferris wheel, because it was unavoidable."
A few extras and crew members sustained some minor injuries -- but you can tell your kids to relax -- Miley wasn't even on the set at the time. The kids who were on the ride at the time were checked out by on-set medics.
Disney released this official statement about the incident:
"During a break in the filming of Hannah Montana: The Movie, a minor accident occurred involving a piece of production equipment. Fortunately, there were only a few minor injuries. Medical personnel have treated the extras and crew involved. None of the cast was on the set. Filming has resumed."
How long before the world blames Miley for this one?