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Saturday, March 14, 2015

Here it is the secret behind one of the Furious 7 scenes!

The fans of the Fast and Furious series would not be patient to wait for the Seventh series of this movie aka Furious 7. From a lot of teaser which raised to the surface, it is no wonder that the prospective audience will be more curious. (See the Furous 7 exotic cars).
Fast & Furious 7 poster. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1ubL3rq)
One of the most phenomenal is how does Dom Toretto and his friends jump from a Hercules aircraft along with their cars. Maybe you will be ask about this scene. Is the scene real or fake? Given that, when the late Paul Walker died, in this film there are also some scenes rely on the CGI (Computer Generated Imagery).

But what would we watch will not be that simple. In fact, the Furious movie producer states that the free fall scene of the fuselage is a real scene! Extraordinary! And Jack Gill as the stunt coordinator who coordinates so that all cars are 'thrown away' from the plane, completely original and not using any computer animations.
Jack Gill, Furious 7 Stunt Coordinator. (Picture from:
The cars were freefalling at 130-140 mph after being airdropped from a Lockheed C-130 Hercules flying at around 12,000 feet. The parachutes were activated once the cars reached a 5,000 feet altitude and thankfully it all ended exactly as planned.
This is the original scene, which makes us more and more amazed to this movie. For details, please watch the video below. 
How terrible it is, when jumped from very high altitudes while you are inside a car. Unimaginable. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | WORLDCARFANS]
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