Drone pictures give a behind-the-scenes look at a Hollywood movie being filmed in Kent this weekend.
It is off limit to the public today until 10pm on Sunday, October 30, weather permitting.
Aerial pictures show the closed route across the river, with film trucks, people and tents scattered around.
The Sheppey Crossing will remain open, but there will be no train services to Sheerness on the Sunday.
It comes just weeks after Tom Cruise was pictured leaving his private helicopter to film at Chatham's Historic Dockyards.
The Beekeeper also features Emmy Raver-Lampman (The Umbrella Academy), Bobby Naderi (Under the Shadow) and Josh Hutcherson (The Hunger Games).
Filming in the UK began last month and the script is by Kurt Wimmer.
MGM has acquired the film for US distribution after it was announced at Cannes earlier this year.
The producers are Bill Block (Wrath Of Man) for Miramax, Chris Long for Cedar Park Studios and Statham and Wimmer.
Block told the trade website Deadline.com: “Having collaborated with Jason on Wrath Of Man and Operation Fortune and with David on Fury, we are fortunate to partner with these masters of the new action genre to bring Kurt’s brilliant script to the first instalment of this franchise.”
High winds forced filming work on the ITV drama Too Close, which used the bridge for a spectacular £100,000 stunt, to be abandoned on its first weekend of closure.
The shoot has been coordinated by the Kent Film Office.
A BBC crew has just finished shooting scenes on Sheppey for the popular crime drama Silent Witness starring Emilia Fox and David Caves, which will be shown in the new year.