Decepticons are no problem. The National Park Service, on the other hand, may provide more of a challenge to Michael Bay's Transformers 3. The Washington Post reports that the production's plans to shoot in Washington, D.C. are being hamstrung by the National Parks Service. Apparently, it's not okay to have a car raceÂ and blow shit up in the middle of our nation's capital. Go figure.
Transformers 3 had planned to shoot for two weeks in the city plus an additional month or more of time in D.C. for other production needs. The revenue generated by the production would net the city an estimated $200 million. However, it now looks like principal photography may last less than a week. Hit the jump for what Kathy Hollinger, director of the D.C. Office of Motion Picture and Television Development, had to say about the project.
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