“It’ll be a way for you to see the action first-hand… the first time it’s ever been done”.
‘You know we gravitate toward the first time things have been done, we like being the innovators and stuff, ‘ said Diesel. Diesel made this announcement in a Facebook video, explaining that he was filming something that “no one’s ever seen before” for the “state of the art” live show, implying that Dominic Toretto will appear in some kind of pre-taped video segment during the show.
And while it has already spawned an attraction at Universal Studios, Vin Diesel has announced plans to go further, launching a live arena tour show. We’ll find out for certain when Fast & Furious Live gets underway in January 2018.
Vin says that the live event “will transport fans straight into some of the most memorable scenes and stunts from the films”.
The film series continues going strong, as April’s The Fate of the Furious racked up more than $1.2 billion internationally, including $225 million stateside. But it will be going around the world for the fans that will be very exciting for him and the world.
‘Fans will experience everything they love about the films in an up-close and incredibly cool live show, putting them in the center of the action’. Much like Fast & Furious, Top Gear is a program known for pushing vehicles to their absolute limits.
The show involves the recreation of the cars and stunts that were part of eight the fast and furious franchise.