Fast and Furious 7 just became the fastest movie to reach $1 billion in box office globally – and it made it over the course of two weeks!
There’s no doubt that Fast and Furious 7 is the brightest gem among the rest of the movies in the popular action franchise. Paul Walker, Vin Diesel, Jason Statham and lots of other famous household names made millions of people fall in love with the fast-paced movies, the lovable characters and the dangerous tricks. And by the looks of it, the seventh installment of the Fast and Furious franchise has just become the fastest movie to ever reach $1 billion globally.
The movie is the last project the late actor Paul Walker got to appear in and it keeps conquering even more achievements every single day. Over the short period of just a couple of weeks the film has managed to bring $1 billion globally. Fast and Furious 7 is currently the seventh biggest movie in the history of moviemaking! Furthermore, but Vin Diesel is already convinced that the project should be nominated for
Best Picture for the next Academy Awards!
The movie was shot on a budget of approximately $190,000,000 and it managed to make more than $147,000,000 during its opening weekend only! It was filmed on nearly 20 locations all across the US, the United Arab Emirates and even the Dominican Republic. Fast and Furious 7 is the longest movie in the franchise and it’s also the one with the most CGI effects. Tons of CGI was used in order to complete Paul Walker’s character’s scenes. The studio also used many body doubles, including Walker’s two brothers – Cody Walker and Caleb Walker.