BUS operator Arriva is making a name on the movie screen after appearing in two box-office hits.
The organisation, which operates a number of services throughout West Yorkshire, including Huddersfield, was approached to appear in the latest Bridget Jones movie, The Edge of Reason.
A bus is shown travelling past lead character Bridget as she stands soaking wet in a London street.
But it was all in a day's work for the company, which has already snatched roles in a run of other films, television adverts and soap operas.
Catherine Mason, of Arriva's UK bus division, said: "We're very selective.
"Like any star our buses have a reputation and, like any agent, we check out all opportunities to see whether each one is appropriate.
"We've reached the point now where it is not unusual to see our vehicles on TV - and this is the second time we know of that they've made it to the silver screen."
An Arriva bus also featured in the blockbuster 51st State, starring Samuel L Jackson and Robert Carlyle. Its vehicles are also regularly seen in Coronation Street and The Bill.
Television commercials for brands including Fiat, Peugeot, Wind-eze Gel Caps and Aunt Bessie's steak pies have also featured in its hall of fame.
Ms Mason also said it was not unusual for Arriva customers to contact them to let them know they have been seen on the box.