The entire sequence took more than two months to complete and was easily the highlight of their careers.
J. Gill: In that sequence there's like 25 different stunts that we had to promo and test and that's a lot to do. It doesn't all go perfectly the first time you test it. There's a lot of things that you have to kind of figure out on the fly. That's what's great about having a team that you've worked with before, because they all kind of know how you think and how it's going to work.
A. Gill: Anytime they come up with all these harebrained ideas, right off the bat, you go, "That's impossible. How are you going to do that?" But you sit down and you really break it down and go, "We can do this, let's do this."
Razatos: This is obviously as big as it's ever been in my career. You're flipping cars, blowing cars up, and you're doing this on a frozen lake. Usually it's a challenge in 80-degree weather in a controlled parking lot [laughing].
J. Gill: If we continue to do these for nine and 10, I'm sure we can come up with bigger things than this, but they just have to keep giving us the time and the money to do it.
Interviews were condensed and edited.