Soon, everybody can go "Fast & Furious" -- at Universal Studios in Hollywood.
The New York Times reports that the theme park is adding a major attraction based on the blockbuster franchise in 2015. Called "Fast and Furious: Supercharged," Universal Studios is building a massive, 50,000-square foot building featuring 40-foot-long movie screens. Inside, a "dynamic hydraulic-motion based ride will tell an original 'Fast & Furious' story."
"We're going to make it feel like those trams are being pulled through the streets at speeds of over 100 miles per hour," said Chick Russell, an executive producer for Universal Creative.
Not only that, the stars of "Fast & Furious" will play a key part in the attraction, likely via specially-shot footage.
Ready to put your pedal to metal?
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