Dramatic new scenes from Brad Pitt's latest movie in Glasgow have been revealed.
The picture, from zombie flick World War Z, shows a bin lorry colliding into a row of cars as pedestrians flee for their lives.
The filming has been attracting crowds to Glasgow city centre all week as fans attempt to catch a glimpse of the Hollywood A-lister.
On Thursday explosions and sirens could be heard across the city centre during filming of zombie movie World War Z.
And to the delight of waiting fans Pitt was spotted filming a traffic jam scene with crowds seen running down the street.
The city centre has been transformed into the streets of US city Philadelphia for the next two weeks, complete with authentic looking vehicles, street signs. The filming has forced the closure of many streets around the city centre.
American street signs and traffic lights have been put up on streets in the Merchant City area, where filming is concentrated for two weeks.
Vending machines selling American newspapers have been dotted around the area and the streets are lined with yellow taxis, Philadelphia police cars and other vehicles, including tanks.
One building on George Square has a large sign proclaiming it is a "United States Court House" with the Stars and Stripes flying above the door.
Around 1200 extras have been hired to work on the movie in Glasgow.
Former Celtic player Bobby Petta was one of the extras. The 37-year-old Dutchman, who works as a fitness trainer in the city, joined a crowd running down the 'Philadelphia' streets to escape zombies.
While Brad works his actor girlfriend Angelina is staying at a private estate in Ayrshire with their children - Vivienne, Shiloh, Maddox, Knox, Zahara and Pax. They are staying at a mansion at Carnell Estate near Hurlford.
The family had arrived by private train with his partner Angelina Jolie and their six young children from London on Tuesday.
Pitt stars in the blockbuster, based on a 2006 novel by Max Brooks, which is set in the aftermath of a war between humans and zombies and is due to be released next year.