Transformers: Rise Of The Beasts - Dogs Hold Up Filming In Latest Production Delays

Transformers: Rise Of The Beasts gets an extension for production after heavy rains delay filming. However, dogs running through the set are the latest reason for production delays according to Peruvian news site Mag.

This Saturday, October 9, the Plaza Mayor was closed to the public and tourists due to the filming of the film, however, two dogs put the production team in trouble after circumventing security this morning.

The dogs were caught running at full speed, and although several people try to stop them, including police, both managed to enter the historic center prior to the start of filming.

This did not stop the Transformers vehicles from rolling out with many of the previously reported Autobots and Decepticons sighted on the extended shoot at Plaza Mayor that is reported to continue until the evening of October 13th. Watch the new clips now at

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