A road has been closed for a second day of movie-making in Cardiff as Hollywood star Mark Wahlberg's latest film comes to town.
Shooting a stunt for Infinite began on Sunday, with a two-day road closure in place along a short stretch of one of the main city centre approach roads.
New York Police Department-branded cars and American-style traffic lights have temporarily taken over Newport Road.
Diversions meant morning commuters faced some delays to journeys.
🚫 Newport Road closure (West Grove to City Road)— Cardiff bus (@Cardiffbus) October 28, 2019
📅 First bus Sunday 27 October to 06:00 Tuesday 29 October
➡️ Buses 8/9/9A, 11, 30, 44/45/45B, 49/50, X45 & X59 will divert
ℹ️ https://t.co/kS7oBtw7jP#cbupdate pic.twitter.com/SLlmualvhi
The filming is taking place outside the Mercure Holland House Hotel and within the hotel itself, which has remained open for guests.
Infinite, directed by Antoine Fuqua, is about a man who discovers his hallucinations are visions from past lives.
It is due to be released next year.
Some people were delighted to think they might spot one of the US's most recognisable actors - including Bethan Price, who tweeted: "This morning's walk to work has been enlivened by the filming of @markwahlberg's new film Infinite.
"Sadly no glimpse of the man himself."
Apparently they're filming Mark Wahlberg's latest film on Newport road and you can see it from my office window, Cardiff looks nothing like NYC thou 😂😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/qr9g6ud1DH— Jody Davies (@jodylaforge) October 28, 2019
The closure may only be affecting about 300 yards of road but it has involved bus and traffic diversions, leading to delays in the area.
Some commuters were not impressed with the disruption, despite the glitz of Hollywood coming to town.
Shaun M Leach tweeted: "Good job, but dude your movie is blocking my bus route to work."
@markwahlberg, whilst I like your films and I know you're filming in Cardiff but do you have any idea of the disruption your crew is making? Missing hospital appointments cost £160 are you prepared to pay for that? #NHS— Welsh Dragon (@Railridesurf) October 28, 2019
The road will remain closed from City Road to Fitzalan Place and West Grove until 06:00 GMT on Tuesday.