Looks Like Fast And Furious Is Taking Things ‘To The Skies’ Again As Fast X Films New Scene

Since the Fast & Furious franchise revolves around cars, naturally most of the time the adventures of Dominic Toretto and the gang are ground-based, but there are times when taking to the skies are required. For example, Furious 7 saw the main characters literally skydiving in their cars to get the jump on a convoy, and in F9, Roman Pearce and Tej Parker traveled to space to destroy a satellite. Well, it looks like Fast & Furious 10, a.k.a. Fast X, will once again involve air travel, as evidenced by a new scene being filmed for the upcoming 2023 movie.

Fast X kicked off principal photography back in April, and just days ago, Week 16 on the production wrapped up. To commemorate the occasion, Vin Diesel went on Instagram to share a video of himself and co-star Alan Ritchson, who was cast in Fast X back in May. The two men were on a set that looked like an aircraft carrier with a black Dodge Charger behind them, and Ritchson told viewers that “the only thing better than a Charger on the ground is a flying car. We’re taking things to the sky this time!” See for yourself.

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