"F9: The Fast Saga" is the latest "Fast & Furious" movie to push the franchise's action scenes to a new level. Director Justin Lin and stunt coordinator Andy Gill explained how they made one car swing off a cliff, other cars look magnetized, and how they got a 26-ton, three-section truck to drive upside down. "F9" is now in theaters.
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