[WATCH] ‘Fast & Furious 8’ shooting clip with cars flying out of building
Fast & Furious 8, the eighth movie of the franchise, is currently being shot at downtown Cleveland in the US.
A video clip of the shooting has recently gone viral in the internet that shows four cars being catapulted out of a multi-storied car park, ending up in a fiery heap below while other cars race through the fire, reports Collider.
Netizens are already thrilled as they ponder over the possible plot and the extent of crazy stunts and street fires waiting for them in the movie that is scheduled to hit the theaters on April 14th, 2017.
Imgur user Y2KSurvivor uploaded the video clip, which, let’s just say, looks good!
The clip was also posted on Reddit, where users ruminated on what within the plot would cause four cars make a leap and hit the ground like that.
C’mon, it’s Fast & Furious 8, does there need to be a reason?
However, if you are looking for an unadulterated experience of watching the film, view no further.
Earlier, Fast & Furious 8 has been spotted filming at exotic locations of Iceland and Cuba.
F Gary Gray, director of much acclaimed Straight Outta Compton, is directing the film which stars Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Charlize Theron, Dwayne Johnson, Nathalie Emmanuel, Ludacris, Jason Statham, and Kurt Russell.
“We’re really pushing to make sure the audience feels like it’s not more of the same,” F Gary told Collider.
“They feel like it’s fresh, they feel like the characters they’ve come to know and love are there, but this is gonna be different, and that’s probably the most I can give you right now.”