More prolific than beanie babies and bird flu put together, Fast & Furious movies are both disposable and sort of funny in a perverse, unintentional way. Then again, I’m not a car guy. I suppose automobile porn has a right to exist; so, if you’re into that sorta thing, take heed of this story. Put it on Digg and Twitter and bathroom stalls.

According to Collider, both Paul Walker and Vin Diesel spoke elusively positive about the possibility of more furiousness. The fourth installment of the drag race dramas opens on April 3rd, and a lot of the chit chat is contingent on how the film fares. Speaking about his own feelings on the matter, Paul Walker said, “I’ve heard it in the rumor mill. I’ve spoken with executives at Universal at this point and they’re pretty serious about it. They’re developing it. They know where they want it to take place. They want to do it in Europe.”

Walker went on to say he’d like to have some control over the script choices, which only makes sense since many consider him the Woody Allen of the teenage-aimed vehicle thriller.

Blended From Around The Web

Comments

Related

Hot Topics

New Reviews

Top Movies

Features

Gateway Media ©copyright 2016