It's a rare sight to see a flame-spitting, hotted-up Monaro roaring through Sydney's CBD. But early yesterday morning a purple and gold reve machine was scorching a band of police cars with a 2m-long flame as they screamed it along Pitt St. And then someone shouted: "Cut." Sydney's latest taste of Hollywood action is Son of Mask - the $80 million sequel to the 1994 blockbuster, The Mask which made Jim Carrey's career. From 6:30pm on Monday, the intersection of Pitt and Hunter St. was transformed into a bustling New York City street, complete with yellow cabs and USA number plates on all parked cars.
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