Some movie franchises die harder than a Toyota Hilux, and as Vin Diesel announces the dates for the next three (!!!) Fast and Furious sequels to carry the franchise into the 2020s, it’s time for us to do our part by writing better scripts while they prepare their muscles lifting all those heavy NOS bottles.
Before Fast and Furious turned into one of the biggest franchises in the world, people though of Vin Diesel of a man of three franchises. Fast and Furious, of course, Pitch Black and xXx. Even though Diesel only showed up in the first xXx film, he long said he’d return to the spy-fi series. Now he will.
The seventh Fast & the Furious movie is upon us. This is an exciting time.
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.
When the first Fast and Furious movie was released, I was a 14-year-old in ruby-colored Roxy shorts who didn’t think about anything but Paul Walker, Blink-182, and surfing. I’d obviously never been surfing or even seen the Pacific Ocean, but I really identified with the laid-back SoCal beach vibes sold to me in the …
1. Furious 7 has a scene I have been waiting a long, long time to see in a movie, and it happens twice. Two cars facing each other from opposite sides of the street. Two men, nostrils flaring, glowering, revving their engines, respective erect penises in hand. They shift into gear. They floor it. They speed directly…
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…
The Fast and the Furious conglomerate of movies is known for their egregious use of CGI and quite frankly some poor decision making, but according to a recent behind the scenes look from the latest Furious 7 sequel, this reputation might need reconsideration.
Earlier this morning, huggable pile of bowling balls Vin Diesel posted a 7-minute-long video to Facebook that featured him lip syncing/singing to Katy Perry's "Dark Horse" and dancing to Beyoncé's "Drunk In Love" with no further explanation. It's truly a great moment in internet — nay, human — history.
The Fast & Furious franchise has been on a roller coaster since the shocking death of Paul Walker. But production of the seventh installment has pushed through. Here is the first look.
["Vin Diesel", who is probably not Vin Diesel, took to Twitter today to share a new teaser poster for Fast & Furious 7, noting the homage to deceased co-star Paul Walker makes him "want to cry." "This is where roads part," the image reads while two cars speed away from each other in the probably-fake poster. Image via
How would you like to pay $150,000 for a Toyota Prius? That sounds like crazy town, but it's the reality in Singapore, where car prices are jacked up on purpose. It's enough to shock Vin Diesel, even though he plays an unflappable street racer/heist specialist in the Fast & Furious movies.
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Screw cars, this next chapter Fast and Furious is all about muscle. You've got Vin Diesel's muscles, you've got Dwayne Johnson's muscles, and even Michelle Rodriguez comes back from the dead to show you how to hurt others. At least she's got a Jensen Interceptor. Also, it turns out Spain has the world's longest…
No, you're not crazy. Fast And Furious 6 isn't even out yet and now Vin Diesel just told a crowd at Cinemacon that the seventh installment in the franchise will premier next year. Specifically, Fast And Furious 7 (or whatever they call it) will premiere on July 11th, 2014. You've been warned.
This is the first big trailer for Fast & Furious 6, which shows Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, The Rock, and oh so many ridiculous car moments. There's a Ferrari FXX, an Alfa, some Subarus, and… is that a freaking Tank blowing up out of bigger tank and a Dodge Charger blowing up out of a plane?
Buying one of the F-Bomb Camaros certified to have appeared in The Fast & Furious 4 might be da-bomb. But when you find out today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe car is not the 1,500-hp twin turbo version, you might just drop an f-bomb of your own.