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.
With all the Fast & Furious 6 character posters we've seen over the last several months, we've been waiting to see just what kind of car Dwayne Johnson would be paired with on a poster of his own.
The Luke Hobbs character poster has finally arrived, and it doesn't disappoint.
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.
Vin Diesel has spoken. He hath declared that the seventh installment in the Fast & Furious franchise will commence production this summer.
Then he amended his declaration to be less emphatic. But as you and I know, attempting to remove from the internet is like training to strain pee from a pool.
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.
Two new clips from G.I. Joe: Retaliation confirm two different things we already knew about the movie, which hits theaters on March 28th.
The first demonstrates that Dwayne Johnson is playing to his strengths in this soft reboot of G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra. The second makes it abundantly clear that a bunch of ninjas swordfight on a sheer cliff face.
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.
Taking the promotion of this summer's Fast & Furious 6 a quarter mile at a time, Universal Pictures has jabbed the nitrous button, sending two substantial goodies from the automotive epic speeding online today.
These treats consist of the full theatrical trailer and a poster that puts Paul Walker's Brian O'Conner front and center.
There's a new image from Riddick making the rounds, one that shows that titular Furyan in the rain with a futuristic backpack and a huge blade capable of doing very ugly things to alien flesh.
Last month, a picture of Vin Diesel as Richard B. Riddick showed that this sequel will involve no small amount of rainfall. Shortly thereafter, a still from the film kept things dry between Diesel and returning The Chronicles of Riddick actor Karl Urban, but last week, another Riddick image continued the downpour. Now we have yet another image of the shiny-headed antihero in a torrential rainstorm.