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After its April 15 release, Furious 7 killed it at the box office. Weekend after weekend the numbers only grew to new extremes, breaking records and taking names. Now, reports are showing even higher numbers coming in for the franchise, even after the film has left theaters.
Vin Diesel has negotiating power, and Universal has time to find the right director before Fast 8 is in serious trouble. What do you think of this report? Does it raise any red flags for you for the health of Fast 8, and the franchise, in general?
When you think of Vin Diesel, you probably think of the big, burly, bald-headed lead from the Fast & Furious movies, but in the latest trailer for The Last Witch Hunter, things are a wee bit different, as he has a ferocious mane for his enemies to contend with.
Fans of the Fast & Furious movies know how important family is to Vin Diesel's Dominic Toretto, and this new deleted scenes drives that fact home.
Although it did not make much of an impression at the box office, 1999’s tearjerker The Iron Giant has developed a strong cult following in the sixteen years since its release. Now, The Iron Giant himself, Vin Diesel, has some encouraging words for the fans that have long clamored for a sequel.
James Gunn just confirmed that Vin Diesel will reprise his role as Groot, the eight foot tall alien tree with a limited vocabulary, in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, but with only three words in his lexicon, some have wondered why.
There have been rumors and rumbling for years, but it is now you can uncross your fingers, because Vin Diesel is bringing one of his many fan-favorite characters back to the big screen. Yes, there is another xXx movie on the way.
“Do we use the ampersand this time?” “Which word did we focus on the last time out?” “Are people going to know which franchise this is referring to?” After seven chapters in the long-running muscle car series, the titles are getting a little repetitive, and will dip back into the well of familiarity once again, if Vin Diesel can be believed.
Kaulder’s immortality has made him the greatest soldier in a centuries-spanning war between humanity and the underworld. The Witch Hunter is ready to embark on a new journey, and he’s bringing a new trainer along for the ride, this one played by Elijah Wood.
We all known that actors can make a lot of money. Forbes just released its list of 2015's top earning in case you're interested in finding out which actors padded their bank accounts the most this year.
Continuing the Fast & Furious saga makes all of the sense in the world. In an industry where studios are starving for viable franchises, Vin Diesel and his friends – sorry, family – are coming off of a massive hit in Furious 7, which so far has banked $1.51 billion dollars worldwide.
You can understand why plans are sort of up in the air. At the time of its announcement, Furious 7 was scheduled to launch a trilogy of new stories that would pit Dom (Vin Diesel) and his crew against a fresh set of bad guys.
As plans begin to rev up for Fast & Furious 8 one of the world’s greatest living actresses, Helen Mirren, has said that she wants in, and star Vin Diesel is all for it.
He's been talking about it for years, but Vin Diesel still intends to make a Kojak movie. In fact, the production has even hired a new screenwriter.
We’ve only received a peek of The Last Witch Hunter, the supernatural action film starring Vin Diesel as an ageless warrior against these magic-wielding shitheads. However, the studio is apparently so enthralled by the franchise, it’s potential and their leading man that they are already developing The Last Witch Hunter 2… at least according to the Diesel.
After battling a devestating earthquake in San Andreas, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is getting ready to play Black Adam in the DC superhero movie Shazam. The hulking actor is so confident in his strength and powers that he believes he could best a Marvel hero with a similar name: Black Bolt.
Furious 7 has just etched its way into movie history by passing another monumental milestone.
The Fast & Furious franchise has made tremendous use of its locations over the years, from the favelas of Brazil to the deserts and skyscrapers of Abu Dhabi. New York should be an incredible playground for Dom Toretto (Diesel) and the members of his crew.
Last month, Vin Diesel took the stage at CinemaCon to announce that he and the folks at Universal Pictures are currently developing Fast & Furious 8 to be released in April 2017. Unfortunately, he didn't add any details about who else would be returning for another ride... but now one of the biggest stars has chimed in on the subject.
What would happen if you tried Furious 7's stunts? You'd instantly die, that's what would happen.