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Hwy. 109 filmed for next 'Fast & Furious 11: Stop & Go'

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Rumors are flying around Hwy. 109 after film producers were spotted filming portions of the notorious Wilson County roadway.

Friday morning travelers spotted several individuals parked near the Home Run Market at the corner of Hwy. 109 and Academy Road. Locals reported seeing several people gathered near the roadway, including several with cameras and at least one wearing a beret and shouting through a megaphone.

Others claim that there were at least two "large, bald men" standing near several neon-colored imported vehicles. Many have speculated it could be the co-stars of the "Fast & Furious" franchise, Vin Diesel and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.

Nashville entertainment industry insiders have been buzzing lately with the prospect of the franchise filming scenes for its next movie in the midstate, however, it was not known where exactly the crews would be working.

Filming is currently underway for "Fast & Furious 11: Stop & Go," according to entertainment website TMI.com. The early reports of the film center around the premise of a car chase that takes place in bumper-to-bumper traffic. Critics who have seen parts of the script claim that most of the dialogue is between the stars of the film shouting to each other in different vehicles while blocked in by someone who makes the poor decision to turn in front of them, then can not enter the line, blocking traffic in the opposite direction.

Pacing of the film has also concerned many high-dollar investors, as there is a 40-minute portion of the film where the characters don't speak at all, simply staring blankly ahead and listening to the radio. One particularly troubling scene is when Diesel's character's becomes affected by seasonal allergies while the vehicle's windows are down and begins sneezing and sniffling, obviously irratating Johnson's character but who never says anything about it.

Although they could not be confirmed, many claim to know the plot twist at the end of the film, which is when traffic lightens up and there doesn't appear to be any reason it was stopped in the first place.

This article is fictional, produced by a fictional writer. All facts stated in the article are for entertainment purposes only. It is a joke. Happy April Fools Day.

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