A months-long break in principal photography on Fast & Furious 7 will end imminently, as Universal Pictures is taking the automotive sequel back on the road in just over a month.
The revenge-driven plot of Fast & Furious 7 had many fans worried that, after the tragic death of franchise star Paul Walker, heroic former lawman Brian O'Conner would meet his demise in the sequel.
Fans needn't worry, as Universal Pictures is planning to "retire" the character, providing Walker with a respectful sendoff.
As Universal Pictures continues to sort out how the tragic death of Paul Walker will impact its biggest live-action franchise, the studio has staked out a new release date for Fast & Furious 7.
Vin Diesel has shared an image of himself and Walker in the last scene they shot together, and while he was at it, revealed that Fast & Furious 7 is now a part of the 2015 sequel feeding frenzy.
One of several new peeks behind the scenes of Fast & Furious 7 is a little misleading.
"Seven! Can you believe it?" So asks Vin Diesel in a video from the set of Fast & Furious 7.
The answer, dear Mr. Diesel, is yes. Yes, we can believe it. What we couldn't believe was the theory that something as miraculous as Kurt Russell appearing in a Fast & Furious movie could happen without tearing the very fabric of the universe as we know it.
But Diesel himself has made believers out of us on this count, too, sharing a behind the scenes image of himself, Paul Walker, and Kurt "Captain Ron" Russell in a universe that somehow hasn't been torn asunder.
In a move that looks very much like the Fast & Furious franchise pantsing the Expendables series right in front of the prettiest girl in class, Fast & Furious 7 is adding the one and only Kurt Russell to its ensemble.
If you've been wondering just how happily ludicrous the action is going to get in next month's Fast & Furious 6, a new featurette is here to answer, "Very."
With just about one month until the sequel's May 24th release date, Universal Pictures has unveiled a new three minute, fourteen second featurette that mixes talking head interview snippets of the director, producer, and cast with a huge haul of wholly new footage. Basically, it's our best look thus far not just as the next-level action movie silliness Fast & Furious 6 has to offer, as well as a concise and revealing overview of the story and characters.
After plenty of public speculation over the last week, Universal Pictures has selected a director to take over the Fast & Furious franchise after the long tenure of Justin Lin.
The lucky helmer getting the job of directing next summer's Fast & Furious 7 is none other than James Wan, stepping up to his first franchise action movie.
It's been a busy quarter mile for Fast & Furious 6 as of late, but that stop Dominic Toretto from rounding up all his friends and heading to their local Sears for a big group photo.
That photo – with a background conveniently informing audiences that the new sequel heads to London and a few fast-looking cars reminding audiences that Fast & Furious 6 will indeed boast fast cars going fast – adorns the new one sheet for the sequel, in theaters this May 24th.