World-class rides and attractions include the world-famous, behind-the-scenes Studio Tour featuring the all-new “Fast & Furious-Supercharged” as the grand finale and award-winning ride and the intense “King Kong 360 3-D”.
Eva Mendes will be reprising her role as undercover Customs agent Monica Fuentes in the upcoming eighth installment of the very successful “Fast & Furious” franchise when it hits worldwide theaters on April 14, 2017.
Starring Rodriguez, Diesel, Jason Statham and Dwanye Johnson, ‘Fast & Furious 7’ is out on Blu-ray and DVD on September 15.
Universal Studios was touting the technology behind the ride when it opened Wednesday.
Creating a ride as big as “Fast & Furious – Supecharged” takes time.
The “Fast & Furious – Supercharged” experience starts long before reaching the ominous building where the speedy action unfolds.
UNIVERSAL CITY, CA – MAY 21: Actor Vin Diesel arrives at the premiere of Universal Pictures” “Fast & Furious 6′ at Gibson Amphitheatre on May 21, 2013 in Universal City, California. Russell was included in the cast for “Fast and Furious 7″ and reports claim that Mr. Nobody won’t be featured in the upcoming movie, but in the possible “Fast & Furious 9” movie. It’s not like anything I’ve ever seen.
Now, we were all set to hang out at a rave that was happening deeper in the garage until Shaw went away, but we soon learned that someone had used their cell phone and the bad guys knew right where we were! “We wouldn’t be here without them”.
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“Supercharged” is a 3-D motion addition to the park’s classic studio tour tram ride.
The film’s screenwriter, Chris Morgan, revealed that he’d decided to make Paul Walker’s character exit more of a retirement during Furious 7, which prevented them from having to kill off the beloved actor and character.
“Supercharged” uses water and wind to make the experience more tangible and is aimed at making the riders feel like racing down the street at about 120 mph. So it just naturally made a really great thrill ride for us to work with because you just take the images you see in the film and now apply the physics of that and apply the visceral feelings of that which we could do in a theme park and they come together in a pretty extraordinary way. What does it mean when we move our arms like this?