The Fast and the Furious is becoming a live touring arena stunt show


The Fate of the Furious will be in theaters on April 14th, just in time for Easter. If you’re looking for another Fast fix, you won’t have to wait that long. The Fast and the Furious will become a live, touring arena stunt show starting in January 2018.

Developed by Universal and Brand Events (what a crummy yet accurate name), Fast & Furious Live will recreate key scenes and stunts from the Fast series, with precision driving and cars doing car-like things. So it’s basically a mix of a Universal Studios stunt show, demolition derby, those live touring superhero things, and a meathead Cirque du Soleil.

No word on if the stunt show will feature someone breaking a cast by flexing their muscles.

Would you watch Fast & Furious Live? Is wrestling a more accurate form of meathead Cirque du Soleil? Let us know in the comments.

[via /Film]

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