Vin Diesel and Fast 8 director F. Gary Gray are in Havana, Cuba filming the latest installment in the long-running action series.
It was only natural that questions regarding the future of the Fast and Furious movie franchise would surface following the tragic death of star Paul Walker – and let's be clear that the consequences of Walker's death transcend far past the fate of a series of movies he starred in – but a recent interview with studio executives has revealed that there may be more movies coming than we would have initially guessed.
It's been less than a month since the tragic death of Paul Walker, and there have been numerous reports regarding the fate of not only the seventh installment of Fast and Furious but the future of the franchise as a whole. While there is no news about the latter, Vin Diesel announced on his Facebook page that FF7 would hit theaters on April 10, 2015.
Among the many Super Bowl XLVII commercials that caught our attention last night was the first official movie trailer for Fast & Furious 6, which promises more over-the-top action as Dominic Toretto and crew tear up the streets of Europe. Returning Fast & Furious stars include Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Dwayne Johnson, Jordana Brewster, Ludacris and, back from the dead, Michelle Rodriguez. Predictably, there will be plenty of tuned hardware on display – both automotive and anatomical