The first trailer for Netflix's 6 Underground has been released.
Filmed across Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, the Liwa desert, and Ras Al Khaimah, many shots of the UAE can be seen in the three-minute clip.
The film stars Hollywood actor Ryan Reynolds, who shared the trailer with his 14.6 million Twitter followers on Tuesday afternoon.
Here are all the UAE landmarks that were spotted:
The Abu Dhabi skyline
Close to the start of the trailer, the camera pans over the Louvre’s iconic dome roof, with the Abu Dhabi skyline visible in the background.
Sheikh Zayed Bridge and The Grand Mosque
Next, we see a beautiful sunset along with a view of the Sheikh Zayed Bridge, with the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque visible in the background.
The Liwa Desert is the backdrop for panning scenes following a convoy of helicopters, the red sand below blowing in their wake.
The Aldar HQ Building
Abu Dhabi’s HQ building features heavily in the trailer, with masked accomplices scaling the side of the iconic building.
The mountains of Jebel Hafeet can also be spotted in scenes featuring lead actor Ryan Reynolds, matching promotional images released at the time of filming.
Louvre Abu Dhabi
The inside of Louvre Abu Dhabi also makes an appearance, with the water and inscriptions of its atrium visible in a clip towards the end of the trailer.
On Tuesday, Reynolds revealed the film would be released on Netflix on Friday, December 13. Directed by Michael Bay, 6 Underground is Netflix's most expensive film yet, with a reported budget of around $125 million (Dh460 million).
From the makers of the Deadpool franchise, the film also stars Dave Franco, Melanie Laurent, Corey Hawkins, Adria Arjona, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, Ben Hardy, Payman Maadi and Lior Raz.
The plot is set to follow six billionaires who fake their own deaths to form a vigilante squad to take down notorious criminals.
Netflix and Skydance Media worked closely with Abu Dhabi's Twofour54, which provided full production services for the 30-day shoot across the UAE.
Maryam AlMheiri, Vice Chair of Twofour54, said she was delighted to see Abu Dhabi again feature prominently in a major international production.
"It was a pleasure to welcome Netflix back to our Emirate and to support such a smooth and seamless shoot,” she said.
Watch the full trailer below: