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To re-create Paul Walker, Furious 7's visual effects team had to push the boundaries of their profession. And that's something they did so well they should probably win an Oscar for their efforts.
Now that Furious 8 has a director, Straight Outta Compton’s F. Gary Gray, it seems like the project is finally back on track for release in 2017. We still don’t really know anything about the plot of this installment, aside from what little rumblings we picked up here and there, but Vin Diesel confirmed one of the biggest changes coming our way: the setting.
It’s hard to imagine any other actor more gung-ho about Dungeons & Dragons than Vin Diesel. Given how studios love passionate actors who will vie for their properties, might he then want to star in Warner Bros.’ upcoming Dungeons & Dragons movie?
While it remains to be seen whether Vin Diesel will actually play Black Bolt in Inhumans, now we have an idea of what the actor would look like as the mute Inhuman leader.
Vin Diesel has revealed that he used the death and sorrow that he felt when his Furious 7 co-star Paul Walker died to inspire his performance in The Last Witch Hunter.
Vin Diesel has become a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe thanks to his voice work in James Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy, but it seems that his part as Groot may not be the only hero that he ultimately brings to life. As he's been doing for a while now, he's hinting about potentially taking on a second Marvel role - possibly in 2019's Inhumans.
It's turned into something of a race to production for dueling Vin Diesel projects as both Furious 8 and xXx 3 have new directors in place. But who will get there first?
When it comes to news about the Fast and Furious franchise, Vin Diesel’s Facebook page has proven to be a (pretty) reliable source. Now, Diesel might have just revealed who will follow James Wan in the director’s chair for Fast and Furious 8, though we’ll still want to hold our excitement for an official confirmation.
There has been a great deal of talk about the director situation, or lack thereof, on Fast & Furious 8, but according to one new report, Universal has one particular filmmaker in mind to take the helm.
According to reports, Vin Diesel is part of the reason why there’s a hold up on Fast and Furious 8; the actor is said to even want to direct a sequel installment himself. If that doesn’t happen, however, Diesel has his pick for who should take up the helm next.
Vin Diesel has talked about directors for the upcoming Fast and Furious 8, but so far there is no one at the helm. Here are some filmmakers we think might look good in that big chair.
The untimely passing of Paul Walker signaled a fundamental change for the Fast & Furious franchise. Now, it seems that the franchise will tell one more overarching story, then end its story in earnest.
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.