Fast and Furious spin-off filming to begin in Glasgow
Hobbs and Shaw will take centre stage across a number of streets in the city centre.
Filming for the Fast and Furious spin-off is set to begin into Glasgow later this month.
The Universal Pictures production, starring Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson and Jason Statham, will take centre stage across a number of city centre streets.
Hobbs and Shaw's crew of 200 will have a significant impact on the city's economy - but will also shut down roads as filming takes place.
Scenes will be shot at the following locations on the following days:
Wednesday, October 24: John Street, George Street, Cochrane Street and Ingram Street,
Thursday, October 25: John Street, George Street, Cochrane Street and Ingram Street,
Friday, October 26: Junction of South Frederick Street, George Square and Cochrane Street,
Saturday, October 27: Under the M8 and footbridge,
Sunday, October 28: From Montrose Street to West Campbell Street.
Hobbs and Shaw will revolve around The Rock's Luke Hobbs forming an unlikely alliance with Statham's Deckard Shaw. The Crown's Vanessa Kirby and Idris Elba are also set to star.
Part of Fast & Furious 6 was also filmed in Glasgow, along with World War Z, Outlaw King and the recently-released The Wife.
Top television shows Outlander, Shetland and The Cry are also among productions filmed in the city.
Filming is estimated to have generated around £300m for the city's economy.
Glasgow council depute leader David McDonald said: "We will soon welcome this film shoot to the city centre, testament to the continued pulling power of Glasgow in attracting major productions.
"Council officers are working closely with the production to make sure that filming goes as smoothly as possible while minimising any impact on the daily life of residents and businesses.
"This will be a spectacular production that showcases Glasgow as a fantastic filming location."