The Fast and the Furious

The Fast and the Furious was released into theaters on June 22nd, 2001. Filming locations include Los Angeles and Malibu, Ca. It was directed by Rob Cohen. Some other notable films directed by Cohen include Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story, The Skulls and xXx. As of the time of this article, it has spawned nine sequels. Although, I'm sure right after this is published, the tenth will be announced. The score was composed by Brian Transeau (BT). The films first DVD release was on January 2nd, 2002.

Toretto's Market - 1234 Bellevue Ave. Los Angeles, Ca. 90026
(Bob's Food Market)

Bob's Food Market was built in 1913. It was designated Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument #215 on June 6th, 1979. It's located .1 mile from the Toretto house in the film.


Toretto house - 722 E. Kensington Rd. Los Angeles, Ca. 90026

The house has been there since at least 1948. It's located in the historical Angelino Heights section of Los Angeles. The garage in the film was just a set that was constructed. The actual house doesn't have a garage.  

All "Now" pictures taken in 2020.

Ferrari race - Trancas Canyon Rd. and Pacific Coast Hwy. Malibu, Ca. 90265

They start from this intersection and drive west.


Neptune's Net - 42505 Pacific Coast Hwy. Malibu, Ca. 90265

The structure was built in 1956 and started as a gas station, real-estate office and restaurant called Panorama Pacific at Solimar. It can also be seen in the films Losin' It and Point Break (1991).


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