‘Dark of the Moon’ DC Updates, Paramount Cleared on Car Stunt

{mosimage}Some Dark of the Moon updates at the capital of America! Regarding the officer – part of the K-9 unit – who crashed into Bumblebee, he and his dog are doing fine, as well the stunt driver, according to Fox News DC. However, this prompted a review on safety procedures. The Washington Post reports that the crew also filmed at the Capitol, the reason which can be considered spoilerish, so read at your own risk, but it is tied with the anti-Autobot graffiti we had seen earlier. The TF LAM blog has plenty of videos and photos of things going down in DC, as well one cellphone camera capturing Bay amusingly going "Washington cops wrecked my Bumblebee". On the question whether the crash will be integrated into the final product, Nelson at the Shoot For The Edit forums has this to say:

It's not going to be written into the script for the sake of decency. You don't put accidents into your movies, not kosher.

Besides, they have a backup BB.

Regarding the lawsuit over the incident where Gabriela Cedillo was injured, the production crew cleared, according to TMZ. The Indiana Occupation Safety and Health Administration told TMZ that the accident was "due to the failure of a weld connecting a car to a cable. The weld was made by a certified welder and all necessary safety precautions were in place."

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