A Batman body double drove the Batcycle through the street's of Glasgow as filming of The Flash got underway on Monday.
The double sported the eye-catching Batman costume as he filmed the Hollywood blockbuster on the streets of the Scottish city which has been transformed into Gotham.
Filming: A Batman body double drove the Batcycle through the street's of Glasgow as filming of The Flash got underway on MondayInsurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Members of the production crew were seen trying to push the giant bike along the street with the double at the wheel.
The Flash, due for release in November 2022, is reportedly filming in George Square while Cochrane Street and George Street are also being used, according to Glasgow Times.
Large sections of the street were blocked off to pedestrians with several cars and trucks parked nearby.
The Flash is the latest film to be shot in Glasgow after the city was recently transformed into 1960s New York for filming of Indiana Jones 5.
Character: The film, which also shot in London last month, stars Ezra Miller in the lead role while both Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton are reprising their roles as the Caped Crusader (Ben Affleck pictured as Batman)
Production: Members of the production crew were seen trying to push the giant bike along the street with the double at the wheel
Michael Keaton has already been spotted filming in London but has yet to be seen sporting his Batman costume, implying he may only be returning as alter ego Bruce Wayne.
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The film sees The Flash travel back in time to prevent the murder of his mother, triggering a string of unexpected consequences in the process, including meeting Batman in a parallel dimension.
The Flash was originally scheduled for release in 2018, although it was later pushed back due to its troubled development process.
Director Andy Muschietti was brought on to helm the feature. It was rescheduled for a June 2022 debut and was eventually pushed back to November 4th of that year as a response to the onset of the global pandemic.
On location: Large sections of the street were blocked off to pedestrians with several cars and trucks parked nearby
Earlier in June, Muschietti, shared a photo of Michael's bloody Batman costume to his Instagram