The Fast & Furious franchise is known for its mind blowing stunts – and the next film looks set to be no exception.
The crew for Fast & Furious 9 are currently in the Scottish capital of Edinburgh for shooting, where a stuntman was seen jumping between a bus and a van.
Filming was taking place on Waterloo Place in Edinburgh; previously, production shut down Londons The Mall for a high speed car chase scene.
Production for the Vin Diesel-starring flick will shut down much of the city during September, including up to 52 roads, according to local news outlets.
Another stunt captured on camera by a fan saw a man jump from a window. (He, and the other stuntman, were of course wearing harnesses).
An 800-person crew will also descend on the city for filming.
Fast & Furious 9 is due for release next year and joining headline star Vin, it will also feature John Cena, Michelle Rodriguez and Charlize Theron.
The series has gone from strength to strength since debuting in the year 2001, with 2017s The Fate of the Furious scoring 67% on Rotten Tomatoes.
Last month, another stuntman involved with the shoot was injured on set after sustaining a head injury.
Joe Watts was airlifted to hospital and taken to intensive care, according to reports.
Hes since left intensive care, with family saying in a statement he was overwhelmed by the support of F&F fans and has a long road ahead as he recovers.