BAD news for those hoping to catch a glimpse of the latest Hollywood filming going on in Scotland’s biggest city – the live webcam streaming Glasgow’s George Square is currently shut off.

After Indiana Jones transformed Glasgow into 1960s New York, production for superhero flick The Flash moved in to kick off filming.

The film is expected to be released in 2022 and stars Ezra Miller as the Flash, as well as Ben Affleck as Batman.

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Glasgow’s George Square and Merchant City area have been the key sets for the production team so far, with Affleck’s stunt double filmed speeding around the city centre on the famous batmobile.

It is expected that the dear green place is doubling up for Gotham City, as it did during filming for upcoming 2022 release The Batman starring Robert Pattinson.

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On Thursday production was paused after a stunt went wrong, leading to a crew member being injured. A cameraman was reportedly taken to hospital following a collision with Batman during a high-speed chase sequence.

It has emerged that those hoping to check out the ongoing Hollywood action from home are out of luck, with the usual George Square livestream turned off until tomorrow.

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Glasgow City Council’s website states that the webcam has scheduled downtime “between Friday 23 July 2021 and Monday 2 August 2021”.

The webcam usually shows live stills from the popular public space every 20 seconds – it is commonly used by residents to check out events in the square, or to see how busy the city centre is on a given day.