A philosopher elsewhere writes:
Hollywood has rules. You can't film a dangerous stunt without ambulances standing by. You can't have flames and explosions without consulting experts on fires.
And yet Hollywood still allows Philosophy to appear on the set, without any safeguards in place. I give you this example:
This tragedy could have been avoided, by the simple precaution of having a team of Philosophers on the set that day, working closely with the director and script-writers.
I think the APA should lobby to have certified Philosophers present, whenever the filming of a movie involves the risk of Philosophy going horribly wrong.
It's the kind of public outreach and public service that the new APA aspires to. And it's the right thing to do.
UPDATE: As several readers have noted, they also need spell-checkers on the set!