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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 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.
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.Mark Wahlberg , seen here in a scene from 2018 movie Mile 22 , is due out in 2020
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. "