This was done sometime ago at UPP, Prague.
We were particularly impressed with their very professional approach to this. Most post facilities will baulk at us shooting VFX plates above normal speed due to the extra work required in rotoscoping, tracking and comps. But Miro Gal, UPP’s VFX Supervisor who came on the shoot encouraged us to shoot all the action plates at 120 fps if that worked better for us and is more flexible when editing. So, they ended up with more than 2,000 frames of footage for that 20-odd secs of action.