Denzel Washington's latest movie UNSTOPPABLE has hit another setback - residents living near the filmset have complained about the numerous road closures around the production.
Washington walked away from the film in June (09) amid rumours he was being forced to take a pay cut due to budget issues, but he returned after settling his differences with studio heads.
And now the movie is facing further issues after residents in Bellaire, Ohio slammed moviemakers for disrupting the local school bus service, insisting children have been forced to endure "long, complicated walks home".
School heads have now apologised for failing to warn parents about the closed roads and changes to the bus route. Bellaire school system superintendent, Tony Scott, says, "We dropped the ball."