F9 Facts: End Credits Song and Is the Armadillo really drive able?

F9 is by far one of the most action-packed movies of the Fast and the Furious franchise.

We’re taking a deep dive into the internet’s obsession with this movie and get your questions answered.

Read all the way down to learn a shocking fact about the movie and watch some crazy behind the scenes of the stunt work.

What apps have F9 movie now?

HBO MAX and Hulu with Premium Subscription.

Was the Armadillo in F9 really drive able?

The Armadillo was a custom-built 16-wheeler bullet-proof truck. And yes, it was fully driveable for the stunt drivers that did the work. There was no CGI involved with this scene which is what makes it even more spectacular.

Did they really smash a car into a boxed truck in F9?

Yes, they did! It was only seen for 4 seconds in the film, however, according to Director Justin Lin

it took 8 months of prep and 4 days to film. Insane!!

Where was F9 filmed at?

Production took place in several countries. Though the majority was filmed at Leavesden Studios in Hertfordshire, England. Additional filming took place in Los Angeles, CA and in Thailand in Karbi, Ko Pha-ngan, and Phuket.

What song is used in the end credits?

Every F9 move has a song in the end credits to celebrate the excitement of the picture we just watched!

In F9, as the sun sets over Downtown Los Angeles and we see the gang get together the song “Real” by Justin Quiles, Dalex & Konshens plays over that scene.

Then as the credits roll, the end credits song is a remix of Don Toliver, Lil Durk & Latto’s song “Fast Lane”.

Fun Fact: They couldn’t crash anymore cars…