Prepared for another adrenaline-fueled day on set, Vin Diesel joined co-star Nathalie Emmanuel in Edinburgh, Scotland, as they geared up for the action-packed filming of the ninth installment of the Fast and Furious franchise. The charismatic actor looked ready to embrace his role as the feisty street racer Dominic Toretto once again.
The actor, 52, flaunted his muscular frame and hunky arms in a tight-fitting white t-shirt paired with denim jeans as he filmed scenes for the action movie.
Nathalie, 30, looked effortlessly chic in an all-black ensemble, as she paired a varsity jacket with race-themed jogging trousers.
The star completed her look with colourful trainers, while she accessorised with gold rings an earrings.
Styling her raven tresses into braids, the Game Of Thrones star shielded her eyes with a pair of round sunglasses and wore a natural palette of make-up.
During filming, Nathalie was seen rushing out of a cafe while stuffing a laptop into her backpack.
When she had a moment of repose between takes, she took the time to visit a souvenir shop, and also grabbed herself a coffee.
The film – set for release in May 2020 – is expected to also feature Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Dame Helen Mirren and Charlize Theron.
Earlier this year it was revealed wrestler-turned-actor John Cena officially joined the cast, and while there’s no word on his character, a Universal press release called him ‘a bada**.’
The WWE star may fill a void left by series recruit Dwayne Johnson, who first appeared in 2011’s Fast Five and became a major component of the series.
Diesel’s stunt double Joe Watts was placed in an induced coma after plunging 30ft onto his head on the set of the film back in July.
Sources told MailOnline the stunt performer, 31, was injured on the film set at the Warner Bros Studios in Leavesden, Hertfordshire.
Vin was said to be ‘choking back tears’ after witnessing the worker fall on his head as he performed a stunt in the movie star’s place.
Filming on the ninth installment of the franchise was halted after a safety cable reportedly snapped as he jumped off a balcony on set and hit the ground.
Joe is a British stuntman who has worked on a series of Hollywood blockbusters, including Kingsman Golden Circle, Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Spider Man: Far From Home.