Here's a GREAT car one. 16 mil hits in 3-4 days! ....
|July 14 2012, 3:51 AM |
And yes it's all real. No cgi afaik but wonder why there are so few people looking out their hs/apt windows at the commotion?? Rolling CHP traffic break early one weekend morning on the Bay Bridge for two quick takes. They paid the city a mil for the permits and off duty cops. Prod comp had to hire SF city street dept workers to steam clean off ALL the donut marks afterwards.
|This message has been edited by bookmark460 from IP address 126.96.36.199 on Jul 14, 2012 4:02 AM|
Now that was cool!............
|July 14 2012, 11:40 AM |
I was waiting for Lombard street. About halvway in, no disappointments there.
|This message has been edited by steven9 from IP address 188.8.131.52 on Jul 14, 2012 11:41 AM|
That one crooked street is actually Vermont St, the 'real' ....
|July 14 2012, 11:31 PM |
Crookedest Street in SF. In the SE part of town, just N and across the 101 Fwy from SF General Hospital. Not as pretty, toney or visited as the much more famous one up N 3-4 miles but the turns are tighter and too the locals prob don't have powerful lawyers to stop any filming.
I take visitors to both. I've lived in the SF area for a 100 yrs and just learned 10-15 yrs ago. I worked just a mile away for ten yrs too.
Knew of all the good burrito/taco joints in the area tho.
I will have to check this out next visit.. Thanks..
|July 17 2012, 3:00 PM |
Am I the only one who expected a fiery....
|July 14 2012, 1:38 PM |
Re: Here's a GREAT car one. 16 mil hits in 3-4 days! ....
|July 14 2012, 8:04 PM |
Big deal, that's how I drive to work every day.
Probably nobody around(at least on the street) because they wanted to avoid any possible injuries and massive insurance payments.
But if they were setting up in ft of my hs for hrs/days, ....
|July 14 2012, 11:19 PM |
I'd sure be lookin' out my living rm bay window come the Big Day.
The stuff in the busy areas of town/downtown were filmed early weekend/hoilday mornings but the stuff in the residential parts of SF, prob later in the day, so as to not wake people. Geez, even w/ two income families (pretty much a given in $$$$$ SF!) and the kids at school, those neighborhoods still ain't ghost towns.
That's why I thought they may have cgi'd people out of the picture. Yeah I'm sure locals weren't at street level, even w/ all the temp barriers, say during that cool airbourne sideways turn that could have quickly turned into a NASCAR type tumbling/barrel rolling car.
|Roy A. Schlicht|
Would have been real cool if they could've done it in one take...
|July 16 2012, 2:43 PM |
but you can tell by the skid marks that there were at least half a dozen for some portions. Still some pretty amazing drift driving.
Yes, but did he get that "Cabbie" job he was after? :) n/t
|July 15 2012, 2:06 PM |