'It is not a real Akula-class submarine,' said Rowland French, the creative force behind what he says is one of the most ambitious live arena shows ever staged.
'Much as I would like to have the opportunity to play with a real one.''It will look like one though,' he promised the Guardian ahead of the show's London opening in January.
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'They raised the expectations of what was possible.'French, Cooke-Priest and fellow producer Chris Hughes have worked passionately on the project for five years to make sure they get it right.
Now their vision of a theatre show that surround its actors and story with an insane display of high-octane action is nearing completion.
'I must have watched the first three 30 or 40 times,' he said.'I love modified cars. The three British producers pitched the idea Universal Pictures, which produced The Fast and Furious, more than four years ago.
French insists the show isn't just for young men who can’t get a girlfriend.
Promising a game-changer, producer James Cooke-Priest said it will be a pioneering moment in episode of entertainment history.
'For me personally it was Cirque du Soleil which reinvented the circus, Pixar and Toy Story for animation and i Pod for music,' he said.French said special effects and 3D projection mapping will be used in ways that have never been attempted.About £15 million will be spent on stunts and £10 million taking the show on tour, according to the producers.Thirty-six trucks will transport 41 vehicles, 67 touring crew and 70 tonnes of rigging.But the bigger shows are, the harder they can fall.'My wife would certainly say so, she is a fast car lover,' he said.