The 'Fast & Furious' franchise has always found unique new ways to lay waste to motor vehicles, and this new film is no different
This is FATE week on EW.com. Every day, we’ll be debuting a new behind-the-scenes look at The Fate of the Furious, the latest film in the ongoing saga of Dominic Toretto’s globetrotting family of car-action superstars.
The Fast & Furious franchise has always found unique new ways to lay waste to motor vehicles. Cars have crashed into trains, been thwacked off bridges by giant vaults, and crashed out of airplanes which are also crashing. And for one of the showcase sequences in the upcoming franchise-redefining entry The Fate of the Furious, director F. Gary Gray and the franchise’s team of stunt coordinators went old school, building a gigantic steel wrecking ball to carve through a fleet of nemesis vehicles. EW is excited to share an exclusive behind-the-scenes clip of the action from the film’s Berlin set.
Like the proverbial gigantic steel wrecking ball, The Fate of the Furious hits theaters April 14. Come back to EW.com every day this week for a closer look at the film’s wild filming, including interviews with the cast and crew.