BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) - A car flies through downtown Birmingham, flips into the air, and lands upside down on it's hood.
The man driving it, is applauded.
"This is every little kids dream come true to do this kind of stuff on a film set and get paid for it," explains Kevin Watterman. He is the one who was behind the wheel, and is the Assistant Stunt coordinator for the movie "LIVE"
Stunt Performer Ronny Mathew is part of that team. "This team is a very consistent team that works together,"says Mathew. He was originally brought on as a mechanic.
"They had a lot of car stunts going on and there wasn't a good mechanic support team. They brought me on because I specialize in BMWs. I fixed it and helped them do a lot of work, and they appreciated the work and now I am a part of their team," says Mathew.
Both men say working and filming in Birmingham has been a pleasure.
"Birmingham is great. I am hoping we come back more for more film work. We have been talking to producers about it. They like filming here. There is not a lot of traffic, everything is close, it looks like it could be a bigger city and there a lot a of advantages to filming here no doubt."