This is the most popular Hollywood film of this year.it is an action film and is seventh installment in The Fast and the Furious movies. The director of this film is James Wan and written by Chris Morgan. It is the first installment in the franchise to take place after Tokyo Drift. There are various facts of this film that are listed below.
At least someone out there is thinking about the artistic integrity of the “Fast & Furious” franchise, and that man is the one who started it all, director Rob Cohen. It comes to know that he makes his first cameo in this movie.
- Cody and Caleb
After Paul Walker’s death in a car accident in November 2013, filming for “Fast and Furious 7” was delayed in order to rewrite the script so as to “retire” his character. To complete new scenes leading to Brian O’Conner’s “retirement” in the franchise, Walker’s two brothers, Cody and Caleb, were brought in to act as body doubles.
- Expensive movie
It is the most expensive movie from its series. Furious 7″ made $146.5 million on box office sales in its first week. At 2 hours and 17 minutes, this is the longest and so far most remarkable Fast and the Furious movie to date.
It is found that the story of this film is taken from the magazine article. The name of that magazine is Vibe magazine. This is the oldest magazine since 1998.the article on this magazine is featured by y Ken Li titled “Racer X” that chronicled Illegal Street racing in Queens, New York.
- Ali Fazal
Ali Fazal is one among the few lucky actors to grab his ticket to Hollywood. He makes three scenes in this movie. The 28-year old star, which made his Bollywood debut with a minimal appearance in 3 Idiots, will now be seen playing a pivotal role in Fast & Furious 7.
- Iggy Azalea
Iggy Azalea makes her big screen debut in Furious 7, but if you’re not paying attention you might not see her. Her cameo takes place in the beginning, when Dominic Toretto takes Letty to their old stomping grounds, the Race Wars, to help her regain her memories.
- Extra tribute clip
Those of us who watched Furious 7 in theaters this past weekend were treated to a touching tribute to the late Paul Walker at the end. Director James Wan and his crew used a combination of CGI, Wiz Khalifa’s “See You Again” and a montage of scenes from all the Fast and Furious films to give their brother a proper sendoff.
- Justin Lin
With two $70 million opening weekends to his name, courtesy of the Fast and Furious franchise, it came as a bit of a shock when director Justin Lin opted to call it quits and pass on directing the seventh installment.
- How many Cars Were Harmed?
Two hundred and thirty cars were harmed in the making of Fast & Furious 7. They were raced off ramps, parachuted from planes and driven head-first into each other. For the seventh installment in the multi-million dollar joy-riding franchise, the emphasis was on real stunts.
Razatos is responsible for some of the most jaw-dropping sequences from the franchise including when Dom (Vin Diesel), Brian (Paul Walker), and the rest of the crew dragged a giant bank vault through the busy streets of Rio de Janeiro in “Fast Five.”