Watch an exclusive clip from a making-of featurette about the Korean War drama featuring Glen Powell and Jonathan Majors.
DAREN KAGASOFF: This is the most extravagant project I've ever been a part of as far as scale.
GLEN POWELL: Wrangling all these old warbirds that haven't been assembled, really, probably since the Korean War, I mean, it's just unbelievable.
KEVIN LAROSA II: We were operating 70-year-old aircraft that are normally museum pieces. It felt like we were at war with them.
JONATHAN MAJORS: And we get so low and I'm in the plane. We're so low and we're going woo, woo, woosh. I mean, we're just going and the planes were racka, racka, racka, racka, racka racka, and you can feel it, boom, boom, boom, boom, and the Earth is moving around you.
JOE JONAS: The war shots are just epic. There's really no other way to describe them. You don't feel like you're just watching a big war movie with big explosions. You feel like you're sitting right next to the guy that's getting shot at or shooting, and even in the sky, I mean, you feel like a bird.