• Jan 14, 2009
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Universal has just released the second theatrical trailer for what is sure to be an Oscar shoe-in next year: Fast & the Furious 4. Yes, it's the return of Dom Toretto and Brian O'Connor, a.k.a. Vin Diesel and Paul Walker, to the roles that made them famous. The new trailer after the jump shows a nice romp through L.A. as O'Connor chases down a token bald and inked Latino man who must have done something really bad. We're then whooshed to the Mexican desert, where the combined forces of Diesel and Walker are required to... drive cars for some sort of larger purpose to which we're not yet privy. Sign us up!

Seriously, though, the first F&F was fun, the second cruel and unusual punishment and the third an interesting way to extend the franchise and make more money. The fourth will be epic, mark our words. We've already ordered tickets on Fandango. Follow the jump to watch the new teaser for yourself so you can agree with us out loud. We've also added new high-res stills from the film in the gallery below just for all you Jordana Brewster fans.


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      Kumail
      • 6 Years Ago
      honestly, who goes to see see fast furious and expects a good plot?
        • 6 Years Ago
        @Kumail
        If it was just the plot that was broken I could tolerate it.
        • 6 Years Ago
        @Kumail
        So the GNX will be the next car to be raped by the retards wanting to emulate the movie??

        Supra in the first movie, the Skyline in 2F2F, 60's Fastback Mustang w/RB swap in Tokyo Drift......
      • 6 Years Ago
      I will be out with some big group on opening night for this one for sure. It has been too much fun watching these movies come about. I only got to play with the cars from the first movies after the fact, but getting a view of the movie cars behind the scenes of the third installment was an exciting experience. It makes me smile to see products from the companies I have worked for featured on the star cars. It is also nice to see a few folks who work hard in the automotive industry get a little face time as extras. Some car fans may not appreciate the flicks, but they have been a blast for those who have been involved.
      • 6 Years Ago
      I hope they never stop making these movies. I want my kids to be able to see 20 Fast 20 Furious.

      They're so over the board rediculous and filled with holes in every aspect but they are such a joy to watch with your buddies when your bored and hanging out in your garage that I never want them to go away.

      2 Fast was terrible, so lets just hope that this one follows the Star Wars procession and the fourth one will be one of the best.
      • 6 Years Ago
      It might have a plot by how the trailer was cut. You can cut a trailer for the shining and make it seem like a family movie...all how you cut it.

      So, I'm gonna wait before I bash this one totally and see an IMDB rating.
      • 6 Years Ago
      My God, people still mutilate their cars like this???

      I say, buy APC, GReddy, Sparco, and Honda stock. It's gonna pay off when this movie premiers!
      • 6 Years Ago
      The original fast and the furious was not too bad. (Jordana Brewster can get you through the low points)

      2 fast 2 furious I barely got through, once.

      Never even bothered to watch Tokyo Drift
        • 6 Years Ago
        Number three was probably the best of them all. I agree number two was horrible though.
        • 6 Years Ago
        3 was great until they built a Classic Mustang out of a Skyline......that's a no, no!
      • 6 Years Ago
      You have to admit that was a good line, "New Model, Original Parts".
        • 6 Years Ago
        Original Pants, more like. The first one was good. If you're twelve.

        I mean, Vin Diesel? Seriously? I suppose they couldn't get an *actor* for the role, so they got him instead.

        And who's the other guy again? And why does he have Steve McQueen's haircut?

      • 6 Years Ago
      @44 sec.

      ...where's Agent Smith?
      • 6 Years Ago
      Video was removed due to TOS.

      =[
      • 6 Years Ago

      Buick should think about reviving the GNZ nameplate. They could base it on the Pontiac G8 and give it a supercharged engine.
      • 6 Years Ago
      No crust!
      • 6 Years Ago
      plot??? theres a story to these movies? i see cars and girls... thats the story for this movie, and that why i'll probably wait in line 2 hours to watch it when it opens... just like the first 3!!! one car movie that COMPLETELY sucked was redline, even a waste of time on mute.
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