Being a stuntman is probably one of the most dangerous jobs out there. Jumping off planes, throwing motorcycles into the air, going head first into a car chase are specifically performed by stuntmen to keep the actors safe. But accidents do happen, and they can be "life-changing." It also happened on the set of the Fast & Furious 9: The Fast Saga.

Now, FF9 Pictures, a subsidiary of Universal Pictures, which filmed Fast & Furious 9: The Fast Saga, has been fined 800,000 pounds, the equivalent of approximately $1 million, by a British court after a stuntman was involved in a serious accident and was left with brain damage, but "fortunate to be alive," according to the District Judge Talwinder Buttar. FF9 was also ordered to pay $18,000 in costs. Furthermore, the injured stuntman is also suing the studio, asking for $1.2 million for personal injury.

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Fast & Furious 9 Studio Fined $1 Million For On Set Accident

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