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These cars take a dive in this awesome video of Fast 8's practical effects

06.03.2016

FAST 8 is now in production under the guiding hand of F. Gary Gray (STRAIGHT OUTTA COMPTON, LAW ABIDING CITIZEN) and while we have seen a few pictures of our lovable cast, today we have something a little more furious. YouTube user Kasey Crabtree was on location in Cleveland, OH (which appears to be doubling for New York), and was witness to some serious practical effects involving everything you'd ever want in an on-set video; cars, explosions, and the excitement of the people who witnessed it! Take a look!

I can't imagine what the scenario would be where several cars are launched from a parking garage (a Vin Diesel fart, maybe), but it all looks awesome! Given the nature of these films, CGI use is more than tolerated, but it's always great to see them go practical when humanly possible. Now if we could get some footage of The Rock punching someone in the face with explosions going off simultaneously, we know we gotta movie on our hands!

FAST 8 is scheduled to hit theaters on April 14, 2017.

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11:47AM on 06/03/2016
From the looks of it, it seems as though the gang are in pursuit of someone ,perhaps, and a series of cars come from the garage to block their path? If so, I can't imagine any practical explanation for how the villain would know, in advance, they would be followed.
From the looks of it, it seems as though the gang are in pursuit of someone ,perhaps, and a series of cars come from the garage to block their path? If so, I can't imagine any practical explanation for how the villain would know, in advance, they would be followed.
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6:57PM on 06/03/2016
Wow internet critics have hit an all time low.

You're going to judge a film based on one shot, and not even a real shot, but someones youtube video of them filming a shot?

Practical explanation: It's a set up? Or thieves set up booby traps on their planned escape route knowing someone would give chase?
Wow internet critics have hit an all time low.

You're going to judge a film based on one shot, and not even a real shot, but someones youtube video of them filming a shot?

Practical explanation: It's a set up? Or thieves set up booby traps on their planned escape route knowing someone would give chase?
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