Fast & Furious 10 is being keenly awaited by the audience. Due to pandemic, the audience may have to wait a little longer for the release of the film, but we still have an action-packed legacy of the film to watch.
Continuing the legacy of Fast & Furious trivia, today we bring you a fresh one that will surely leave you fascinated. Read on.
We all love the Fast & Furious series for its extravagant action and car chase scenes. There’s a scene in The Fast and the Furious (2001) in which Brian and Dom race with a train and beat it on the edge. The scene can literally give you an adrenaline rush even today. But do you know how the scene was shot?
You’ll be surprised to know that all this while when you thought they were racing with the train, it wasn’t even close to them in reality. The extremely entertaining, thrilling and death-defying scene was actually shot in two portions. The moving train was shot separately and the car separately. Rest, whatever you see is the result of the amazing direction and superlative post-production.
The Fast & Furious was directed by Rob Cohen and starred Vin Diesel & Paul Walker in lead along with Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster, Rick Yune, Chad Lindberg, Johnny Strong, Ted Levine. The film was a huge success at the box office as it did a worldwide business of 214 million dollar.