RUMOURS are abound that The Rock may be coming to Glasgow to film a major new action movie.

As already reported by the Evening Times, Universal Pictures are set to filming on a number of City Centre streets, including George Square and St Vincent Street with a secondary film unit of 200 crew.

Now, it’s emerged actor Dwayne Johnson has arrived in the UK to film Hobbs & Shaw.

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Jason Statham is also in the film

A spinoff of The Fate of the Furious focuses on 46-year-old Johnson’s US Diplomatic Security Agent, Luke Hobbs, forming an unlikely alliance with Jason Statham’s Deckard Shaw.

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Johnson posted a picture of himself on the runway at London just three days ago.

He wrote: “Eagle has landed — LONDON.

“Ready to rumble.

“Diggin’ in to start production of our ‘Hobbs & Shaw’ Fast & Furious spin-off.

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“This one’s been years in the making.

“Motivated to build the franchise out to deliver something fresh, new, fun and bad ass for the fans.

“Let’s roll.”

Information on the production is being given to local residents and businesses.

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Councillor David McDonald, depute leader of Glasgow City Council, described how the project is another example of the confidence the industry has in Glasgow’s ability to host shoots of this size.

He added: “The council’s Glasgow Film Office has been working closely with the production to identify locations and make sure the shoot goes as smoothly as possible, while minimising the impact on the daily life of the city.

“Major productions such as this bring a great boost to the local economy.

“Glasgow loves cinema, and it’s good to know we will see the streets of the city shown all over the world when this film is released.”