Behind-the-scenes footage of Fast and Furious 9, which was shortly before it came to the big screen, was shared. The footage shows that in Fast & Furious 9, we’ll actually see cars with curtains instead of computer-generated images.
The COVID-19 outbreak caused movie theaters to remain empty for months, but with the ongoing vaccination work and normalization process around the world, movie theaters are slowly starting to fill. Fast and Furious 9, which will be released next month, is preparing to drown moviegoers who have been away from movie theaters for years.
Universal Pictures, the studio behind the film, had previously released multiple trailers of the film to increase the excitement of Fast and Furious fans. The studio has now taken an interesting step in promoting the film and shared behind-the-scenes footage of the film before Fast and Furious 9 is released.
Behind-the-scenes footage shared before Fast and Furious 9 was released
The word game in the title of the video called “Total Car-Nage” actually provides enough information about the content of the video. In the Fast and the Furious series, we are used to cars flying from one skyscraper to another, dodging submarines, or having tanks roll over. However, according to the behind-the-scenes video, in Fast and Furious 9, we will see more flying and exploding cars than we have seen before in the series. The video clearly shows that the scenes in question were actually shot rather than computer-generated, and dozens of cars were sacrificed for the sake of the movie.