Fast and Furious 9: The best pictures of stars filming in Edinburgh including Vin Diesel, Nathalie Emmanuel and Ludacris

The stars of the Fast and Furious franchise have been filming on the streets of Edinburgh over recent weeks - and we've been there to take you behind the scenes.

Monday, 16th September 2019, 21:19 pm
Fast and Furious 9: The best pictures of stars filming in Edinburgh including Vin Diesel, Nathalie Emmanuel and Ludacris

From daring stunts involving moving tour buses to Vin Diesel belting out the national anthem on the Royal Mile - our snapper has been there every step of the way. We can't wait to see the finished film to see just how much of our city we can spot - but for now, we'll have to settle foe the best of the shots from the sets around the Capital centre. Pictures by Lisa Ferguson

Vin Diesel spent time in Edinburgh shooting the latest installment of the Fast and Furious franchise - and the crowds gathered to see him.
The Game of Thrones star was in the Capital to reprise her role as Ramsey in the hit franchise
The Fast and Furious franchise is known for the high-octane stunts - and this one looks to be no different.

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While filming on the historic Royal Mile, lead actor Vin Diesel took time out to talk to fans who had gathered.
Fast and Furious director Justin Lin walks and talks with Vin Diesel.
Supercars are a huge part of what Fast and Furious is about (as the name may suggest), and there were a number of high value motors to spotted in Edinburgh
Ludacris made the most of his stay in Scotland, posting several pictures on his Instagram account, including one of his fish and chip supper. He's been filming scenes with Tyrese Gibson.
Director Justin Lin is watched by gathering crowds
The Game of Thrones star was in the Capital for filming
The City Chambers provides a backdrop for a car scene on the latest installment
Large covers are taken off of the high-priced cars used in the film shortly before filming commences.
The danger, the suspense and the addrenaline pumping stunts are all a big part of what has made Fast and Furious so popular for so many years - and it looks like fans will not be disappointed.
Large machinery and cranes were used in the early parts of filming for stunts in the New Town.
Nathalie Emmanuel is happy to see a colleague on the Fast and Furious set
Tyrese Gibson and Ludacris exit a very flash looking sports car during filming
Vin Diesel gets out of a souped-up car as the camera follows his face
The film crew watch on as a film scene is shot on High Street