The action of "Furious Speed: Hobbs & Shaw", the ninth movie of the saga and first spinoff of the story, goes through Los Angeles, London, Samoa, or even Chernobyl, but some scenarios have Portuguese DNA. Not because Luke Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) and Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham), who fight villain Brixton (Idris Elba), have any family or loving connection to the country, but because on set there is furniture and lighting made in Portugal. The pieces were created by the Portuguese Luxxu brand, which is part of Menina Design group, with brands such as Boca do Lobo or Maison Valentina, among others, continuously requested by architects and interior designers. For this cross-border adventure, Luxxu exported to Hollywood from its Rio Tinto headquarters four lamps and four side tables. Exquisite and exuberant, the pieces fill the sceneries where they feature with glamour. One of the tables has thick brass covered with gold, which fits like a glove with action, adrenaline and fighting scenes. Just as other pieces previously used in another blockbuster hit. In "The Fifty Shades of Grey" movie, several of the pieces in the room where most of the action takes place are signed by a brand of the group. Sagas seem to work well for Luxxu. Who knows if some of the pieces of the brand will not appear again in the new "Fast and Furious", which is already being shot in the UK? Until then, Luke Hobbs and Deckard Shaw, two former enemies, continue in cinemas, forming an unlikely pair in a battle to avert the end of humanity.

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