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Those residing in Abu Dhabi who were expecting to see the explosive sequel at next month's premiere, however, will likely have to reschedule their plans as it looks like Vin Diesel's unborn child has just cancelled the showing.
With the new Fast and Furious 7 trailer comes…well, pretty much what you’d expect: sheer awesomeness. Adrenaline-pumping car races, lots and lots of scantily clad babes and some pretty epic fights. In other words, everything guys dream of all in one.
We’ve already seen a few looks at Vin Diesel suiting up for The Last Witch Hunter, but the Fast and Furious 7 star has shelled out an up-close profile shot for our enjoyment. We imagine this is what Diesel would look like if he grew his beard out for No Shave November.
Furious 7's newest poster is a wonderful doff of the hat to the cast's fallen comrade, Paul Walker. Prepare to weep.
Fans love debating the proper order of the Fast & Furious universe. Let’s give a proper ranking a shot. Here are the six previous Fast & Furious movies, ranked from the worst to the best.
Seriously, the Furious 7 stunt team is insane, and the car-based action set pieces escalate dramatically from film to film.
It turns out that Vin Diesel isn't satisfied just voicing Groot in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He wants to play a live-action character in the comic book world, and he's openly campaigning for the upcoming movie that he wants to be a part of
Vin Diesel has left a stirring and emotional tribute to Paul Walker on the first anniversary of his death. The Fast and Furious star was also joined by Michelle Rodriguez and Tyrese Gibson, who both left messages for the actor too.
In the last 30 years or so, a major change has occurred in the world of animation. Rather than hiring voice actors for roles, studios have instead opted to go with major celebrities, hoping that their name recognition will help sell their movies to wider audiences. Sometimes this doesn’t work out so great, as many actors do little more than use their own natural speaking voice, but there are some important exceptions.
We don’t yet know how the series will “retire” Paul Walker’s character, but it will be interesting to see if the door is left open for more Fast stories after Furious 7.
All roads lead to this. Universal dropped the first trailer for the wildly anticipated Furious 7, the continuation of the muscle-car soap opera which encountered far too many obstacles on the path through production but is not revving up all engines in preparation for its April 3, 2015 release date.
Twitter, Facebook, Vine and Instagram have all hosted exclusive clips featuring incredible footage – in seven-second bursts – behind-the-scenes clips, and illuminating cast interviews on behalf of the upcoming Furious 7, as well as the entire Fast & Furious saga.
While the term "Inhumans" refers to all the descendants of people who were experimented on by the Kree thousands of years ago in the Marvel universe, the movie’s main characters will likely be the Inhuman royal family. The following is a list of each character that needs to be included, as well as who is best suited to play them. If Marvel does everything right, Inhumans could be their best ensemble film yet.
Of course, for most, Fast 7 will be an opportunity to say one last goodbye to the late Paul Walker. But as Diesel reminds us in this photo, shared courtesy of #TorettoTuesday, the franchise has always been – and always will be – about the cars as much as it is about the people.
The men are in suits, we believe, because they attended the funeral of the late Han (Kang Sung), killed by Ian Shaw at the tail end of Fast & Furious 6. They’re ensconced in their comfortable garage, and planning revenge. But what is Paul Walker holding in his hand?
You’ve heard of Throwback Thursday, right? Well, Vin Diesel is attempting to trademark Toretto Tuesday, and he kicks it off with this exclusive image for Fast & Furious 7, as well as a tantalizing tease for the movie’s first trailer.
Vin Diesel is always a scary dude. Thanks to his giant muscles and angry sneer, he wakes up looking like he’s ready to beat people up. It’s just standard operating procedure for him, but it turns out his normal appearance isn’t even as scary as it gets.
The journey to Fast & Furious 7 has been extremely difficult, littered with obstacles that the crew has managed to overcome. But you know that the tributes – like the one Vin Diesel shared from the set of the movie – will continue right up until the moment that Fast & Furious 7 opens in theaters next April.
Since breaking out as a lead actor, Vin Diesel has largely rolled with the same look in all of his roles - the Mr. Clean-esque shaved head with no facial hair. That said, it seems that Diesel is doing something radical for his next big roll: he's sporting a beard. Production has officially begun on the new epic fantasy movie The Last Witch Hunter, and to celebrate the event the star has posted the first official still of himself in costume.
Is Vin Diesel just beating the Hannibal drum louder, from inside of a helicopter? Is that a real title treatment, and the sign that this historical war drama might finally be getting closer to production?
If there's a character from Guardians Of The Galaxy that could rival Rocket Raccoon for most popular Guardian, it has to be Groot. And now, you can plant a tree in his honor as part of a challenge that Vin Diesel and now James Gunn have laid down on the internet.
Any way you want to look at it, Vin Diesel has had an extremely successful career. He’s toplined huge franchises. He’s played key supporting roles in beloved movies, and he’s somehow amassed more than twice as many Facebook fans as the Beatles.
After being challenged by Guardians of the Galaxy helmer James Gunn, Diesel, who memorably gave voice to the film's sentient tree, demanded his director plant a tree for Groot.
For the Fast & Furious series, Paul Walker truly was a founding father, and his loss could have shook the franchise to its core. It will be interesting to see how Fast 7 resolves. There were plans in place for a new trilogy. Could this now, however, be the end of the road?
So, here is the theory, based on rumors, guesswork and a few hunches: Guardians Of The Galaxy is to Marvel's space lineup as Iron Man was to Marvel's “Phase 1”: a reminder to its hero(es) that there's a “bigger universe” out there. And with the news about a writer for Inhumans came word that the studio was interested in building, "a multiple-film cosmic universe." So what are these films?