The explosive new trailer for Transformers: The Last Knight has been released after scenes from Hollywood blockbuster were shot in west London.
The film, directed by Michael Bay, is set to be released next year and stars Mark Wahlberg, Anthony Hopkins and Laura Haddock, who were all spotted in locations across London for filming earlier this year.
It is the fifth film in the massive franchise based on the range of Hasbro transforming action figures.
On Thursday, September 8, a huge lighting rig was seen towering over the park's picturesque Great Conservatory, along with a sign which read: "Please be aware that we are currently filming in this area for a major motion picture."
High Command Production Ltd apologised for the inconvenience.
The park's staff would only say it was closed for a "private event", however crew members told residents and getwestlondon they were in the park to film scenes from the new film.
Filming was also believed to have taken place closer to central London.
Westminster Bridge was closed to traffic and pedestrians on Saturday September 24 while filming took place, believed to be for a major Hollywood blockbuster.
Two helicopters, including a camera helicopter, were spotted hovering above the major tourist hotspot.
The bridge near the Houses of Parliament was shut between 7am and 9pm and cars, taxis and police vehicles were spotted driving backwards over the Thames during shooting.
The film, which also stars Josh Duhamel, Stanley Tucci, John Turturro and Tyrese Gibson, is set for release in June 2017.
Judging by the trailer, the movie will be set both in the modern day and in a historical setting, with scenes featuring what appears to be a medieval battle filmed in Bourne Woods at the same location as Gladiator, Avengers Age of Ultron and more recently, Black Mirror.
So, head to the cinemas next year and see if you can spot your local park.
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