When The Fast and The Furious roared into theaters in 2001, it sent a shockwave of mixed feelings through Hollywood and the car tuning community with its over-the-top action, catchy one-liners and technical inaccuracies.
After 14 years and seven movies, the franchise has now become a billion dollar global phenomenon, and there are no plans to let off the throttle.
Taking the adrenaline-filled adventure beyond theater screens, Universal Studios Hollywood recently opened their latest attraction, Fast & Furious – Supercharged, an immersive, hydraulic motion-based grand finale for their legendary Studio Tour.
Some of the film’s stars and cars gathered on the world-famous Universal Studios backlot for an epic grand opening ceremony. As a film and automotive enthusiast, I never imagined that I would be this close to the action, but here I was, face to face with the actors that I grew up watching and admiring.
Did you notice the FBI agent in the previous photo? Well, it all led to this: