The Herald Sun has publised some new details from the Ghost Rider set:
IN four hours of chaos in central Melbourne last night there was a chase, shots were fired and a special police emergency team was called but no one was arrested.
The cast and crew of the film Ghost Rider moved to the heart of the city to shoot a scene from the movie that stars Nicolas Cage.
While all the commotion caused some concern among pedestrians, their fears were soon put to rest when they realised the police uniforms were black.
The unfamiliar marking “Sheriff” on the sides of the cars also gave onlookers a clue, not to mention the dozens of cameras.
Filming has closed the subway at the river end of Flinders St station until Thursday.
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Source: Herald Sun