For twenty years now, the Fast and Furious franchise has been known for its action-packed sequences, friends turning family, and lots of car racing, robberies and the like! What started out as a low budget experiment using lots of cars and some innovative tricks from the picture car department in The first Fast and furious the 2001 film, today, with its 9th installment, i.e. F9, is all about action streaks and crazy car chase scenes that will leave you right at the edge of your seat.
With the release of the trailer, fans were ecstatic to see what was to come and it goes without saying that they weren’t disappointed. Teasing their fans further, the franchise today released “ Car-nage, ” a video dedicated to racing and car theft, igniting the excitement of its fans.
The video also includes some of the scenes from BTS, giving fans a taste of how the footage was made. As with many articles and interviews with manufacturers in the past, the fate of these wrecked cars differs depending on their stature in the film. Stunt cars, or “zombie cars,” as they are called, usually serve no purpose other than being destroyed. On the other hand, there are others that go directly to exhibitions or museums after the end of production. Finally, there are the hero cars that get full restorations before living a happy life.
F9 is directed by Justin Lin, who also co-wrote the screenplay with Daniel Casey. It is the continuation of The fate of the furious (2017), the ninth main installment and the tenth feature film released in the set of the Fast & Furious franchise. Besides Vin Diesel, returning actors in F9 include Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Jordana Brewster, Chris Bridges (aka Ludacris), Nathalie Emmanuel, Helen Mirren and Charlize Theron. As for the new faces, John Cena joins Cardi B and Ozuna as a newcomer to the Star Formation.
Watch the ‘Car-nage’ for yourself –
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