The makers of ‘Fast X’ explain the latest stunning stunt in the ‘Fast & Furious’ franchise’s ongoing quest to top its own extreme set pieces

If you want a very detailed and technical look at the action design of FastX, this article delivers.
“[Fast X director] Leterrier leaned on a second-unit stunt crew—which had worked together on the last five movies—to conceive, design, and take his boyhood dream “up to a Biblical level.” Pulling off all the practical elements of this epic chase in Portugal required two months of immense trust, open collaboration, and lots of experimentation. “It’s so involved and so dangerous and it’s always different…. that’s the great part of doing Fast and Furious, they want to get the shots as real as possible, so we dedicate our time to making it work.” said Jack Gill.