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.
It's been a hell of a run, but Justin Lin's tenure with the Fast & Furious franchise apparently comes to an end this May with Fast & Furious 6.
The action lunacy hinted at in a new TV spot for this summer's Fast & Furious 6 has us thinking about how far this franchise has come.
A new featurette confirms what we already knew with a certainty: Fast & Furious 6 will have lots of action.
The first featurette promoting Fast & Furious 6 is not about the logistics of vehicular warfare.
Instead, it focuses on the return of Letty, a character who was thought to have met her demise a few movies ago.