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#CandyAssGate is alive and well

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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Vin Diesel is on hand for the London opener

Car stunts, tanks, submarine, helicopters — all inside a London arena

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Fast and Furious car coordinator Dennis McCarthy reveals his favorite vehicles from Fast 8.

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We sat down with the man behind the cars of The Fate of the Furious.

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Our heroes are now out to save the world.

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And could Richard B. Riddick make an appearance?

This isn't exactly confirmation of Vin Diesel the astronaut, but it's also not an outright dismissal of the idea.

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The Hellcat is out of the bag.

This thing looks seriously awesome.

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Walker died in November 2013.

"I promised you we would make something you would be proud of and I pray that we have," Diesel wrote.

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They should have called it The Crashed and the Furious. Hey-o!

There's a submarine.

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The film's first official trailer debuts Sunday.

Dominic Toretto scowls and Roman Pearce clotheslines a snowmobiler. In other words, typical Fast and Furious fare.

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Stranger things have happened, right? Right?

And the award for Best Actor goes to... No. Probably not.

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It's the countdown to the coutdown!

We may also get some closure on the dust-up between Vin Diesel and the Rock.

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Or a way to help promote Fast 8.

Johnson versus Diesel is a wrestling match we'd like to see.

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The two met secretly to squash their beef.

Reports say 'The Rock' was sniping at Diesel.

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Hania Riley plays the part of studio executive in this behind-the-scenes video clip.

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Omaze and The Paul Walker Foundation have teamed up to raise money for the charity. A series of Fast & Furious related prizes is capped with a chance to visit the set and meet the stars.

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Fast 8 now has two Oscar-winning actresses attached to it.

Mirren began campaigning for a role back in the series back in 2014, saying "I'd love to be in a Fast and Furious movie. I keep putting feelers out."

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Here's your chance to see the original movie again on the big screen.

On the night of June 22, we'll once again live our lives a quarter mile at a time.