'Men in Black 3': Companies sued by extra over wardrobe malfunction
Recntly, an extra on Men in Black 3 has sued the companies behind the film over a wardrobe malfunction.
The artist named Danika Gerner (pictured left), who worked as an extra on the third installment of the series from May 9-14, 2011, filed a lawsuit against Columbia Pictures and Amblin Entertainment, as well as a number of the employees in the film's costume department, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Gerner claims that she was provided with a costume in a "defective and dangerous condition" and says she consequently suffered "serious bodily injuries".
This lawsuit adds that the defendants were "negligent in failing to take suitable precautions" for Gerner's safety on set.
Gerner states that she is still injured and is unable to work as a result.