There is no car-filled franchise more widely known, widely loved and even widely reviled than the Fast and the Furious movies. Everyone has seen at least a couple of them. And today, the first film of the franchise celebrates its 15th anniversary. (You can catch it one more time on the big screen tonight.) Fifteen…
Dame Helen Mirren, a strong contender for the title of Greatest Actress Of All Time, has joined the cast of Fast and Furious 8. Nothing about that is a joke.
There is only one kind of buyer that would drop a million dollars on a rough looking Monte Carlo that was in a Fast and Furious movie. It would have to be some insanely rich dude who is amassing a garage of F&F movie cars and would pay any price to complete his collection. Do any of you know this person?…
Stephen Windon, the director of photography on Fast and Furious 6 and Furious 7, will make his directorial debut on a new movie called Full Throttle, because apparently if you’re telling a story that involves a motorcycle, you have to have the words “full throttle” somewhere in the title.
Grand Theft Auto V is basically an alternate reality where people can play God and recreate fake real life situations in a digital setting because it’s always giggle inducing to see pixels act as humans. Here’s the ending Paul Walker tribute scene from Fast and Furious 7 re-done in GTA V.
Now that the Fast and Furious film franchise has gone from that movie that made you do burnouts in the parking lot with your ‘97 Civic EX, to a full-fledged international juggernaut, car collectors will be looking to get a piece of the action. Now is your chance to own the “10 second” Supra that started it all.
It's called Ugly And Angry and if there was any Fast And Furious 7 parody that needs to be made into a feature length film, it's from a Polish comedy troupe whose (Google-translated) motto is, "Do not try to understand everything, because everything becomes incomprehensible."
I’d never seen a Fast And Furious film before the surprise premiere of Furious 7 at Austin’s SXSW, but I’d seen enough clips that I thought I knew what to expect. Nope. There were way more cars flying out of planes than I’d imagined and The Rock and Jason Statham fight in a room full of windows. It was fantastic.
We, the uncultured, unwashed masses mocked the creative genius that is Vin Diesel, when he roundly proclaimed that Fast and Furious 7 would win the Academy Award for Best Picture. But we were clearly in the wrong. For no other than the great Helen Mirren, DBE, has said it is her “greatest ambition” to be in the next…
Variety interviewed Vin Diesel, who made the bold, delusional claim that
Furious 7 “will win best picture” and that “nothing that will ever come close to the power of this thing.” Immediately after making these statements, I imagine Vin Diesel then drank the entire contents of a nearby fishbowl, eyes locked with the…
This one? It's the Charger that fell out of an airplane. They built eight more, and only two survived in running condition. But don't worry, Dennis McCarthy will fix one up. Meanwhile, the director of Furious 7 drives a Prius.
As Fast and Furious 7, already marred by the death of actor Paul Walker in a crash last year, wraps filming, it does so without a "critical" racing scene reportedly scrubbed from the film for being too dangerous.
The Porsche Carrera GT driven by Roger Rodas and carrying Fast & Furious star Paul Walker was traveling more than 100 mph before it crashed in November, killing both men, according to the final autopsy report from the LA county coroner.
With star Paul Walker's untimely death a few weeks ago, filming of Fast & Furious 7 was thrown up into the air, with reports saying that Walker's role was only half-filmed. Paul left, behind two brothers, however, and now younger sibling Cody, 25, is said to have been asked to fill in for Paul in certain shots.
Since Paul Walker's untimely death Nov. 30, there have been questions as to the future of Fast & Furious 7, the latest installment in the franchise that Walker would've been filming now had he not been killed. Now it appears Fast 7 is going for a major overhaul.
As both the car community and Hollywood continue to mourn the death of actor and gearhead Paul Walker, authorities in Los Angeles are tasked with investigating exactly what caused the crash that killed him and driver Roger Rodas. Now one official says street racing may have been a factor.
Fast And Furious star Paul Walker died earlier this evening after a car accident in Santa Clarita, California. Multiple reports indicate Walker, 40, was a passenger in a Porsche Carrera GT that collided with a pole and caused a fire. Walker and the driver, Roger Rodas, were both pronounced dead at the scene.