Fast And Furious
This movie has everything. And we mean: Everything.
Swarmed by a crowd of VIPs with a smattering of journalists sprinkled in, I make my into a large building that's staged as a decades-old warehouse in San Francisco. I pass a chainlink fence housing NOS bottles and am greeted by familiar four-wheeled characters: a '12 Subaru WRX STI, a '97 Mazda RX-7, a '70 Ford Escort RS1600, and a '69 Dodge Daytona. If you've seen the third, sixth, and seventh outing of the $5-billion Fast & Furious franchise, these are the films co-stars, appearing in the
Apparently, Vin Diesel is still a #CandyAss. In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, The Rock had this to say about Diesel, with whom he costars in several movies from the Fast and Furious franchise: "Vin and I had a few discussions, including an important face-to-face in my trailer ... And what I came to realize is that we have a fundamental difference in philosophies on how we approach moviemaking and collaborating."
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This isn't exactly confirmation of Vin Diesel the astronaut, but it's also not an outright dismissal of the idea.
Furious 7 is, by far, the biggest offender.
The eighth film is sure to have as much wild action as the previous movies.
The trailer also features a bit of questionable product placement.
One of the emails comments about how the Carrera GT keeps getting more valuable with each crash.
"I promised you we would make something you would be proud of and I pray that we have," Diesel wrote.
Dominic Toretto scowls and Roman Pearce clotheslines a snowmobiler. In other words, typical Fast and Furious fare.
This Mustang-powered Maverick will later go for auction.