Let’s Have A Behind The Scenes Look At Fast & Furious – You Will Be Undoubtedly Surprised
The Fast & Furious 2001 movie was based and inspired by a small article in Vibe magazine. The article was about the street racing in New York City. There are a lot of interesting facts about the movie that was released back in 2001. Most of us probably loves Fast and Furious franchise that was distributed by Universal Pictures. It would be more than interesting to you to see how it was actually made. We are going to have a behind the scenes look to find out how impressive all the racing and stunt parts were filmed. The most impressive thing is the scenes where the camera goes through the windshield.
If you want to film something and take the camera through the windshield, you could achieve this by putting an eclipse body on top of a flat bed truck. Simple as that. Fast and furious action film’ budget was estimated to $38 million. In the end the movie was more than successful by grossing $207,283,925 across the globe. All scenes were filmed in Los Angeles and parts of southern California. We all know that undercover cop Brian O’Conner (Paul Walker) and the semi-truck hijackers team led by Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel). Watching illegal street races, hijacking semi-trucks with expensive electronic equipment is just part of the film.
A lot of action and stunt scenes were about to be filmed and here we are going to see all the tricks for getting the final result.
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You will be truly inspired by the way how these guys obtained such scenes. We could only say – pretty amazing stuff.