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?
It's not uncommon that we hear about films that have been stuck in development hell for between five and 10 years, but paperback hero Mack Bolan has been waiting multiple decades for his time on the silver screen. After so many years, the character is finally being pulled off the shelf, and a writer has been hired to pen a new feature based around him, but it's amazing to think back on what could have been.
The leader of the Inhuman Royal Family is Black Bolt (aka Blackagar Boltagon - really), who has the ability to generate a concussive force through the use of his voice. The coup in getting Diesel to potentially play this role is that nerds need not fret about Marvel universe crossover: Groot only makes use of Diesel's voice, but because of his powers, Black Bolt is essentially a mute.
Of course, as the trailers have teased, Groot doesn't have a whole lot to say other than "I am Groot." Nonetheless, Vin Diesel took it upon himself to learn how to say his characters catchphrase in Brazilian Portuguese, Mandarin Chinese, French, Russian and Latin American Spanish to better be a part of Guardians of the Galaxy's impending world domination.
Described as a supernatural action film. The Last Witch Hunter will star Diesel as an immortal witch hunter (naturally) who is seeking to stop a current NYC coven from unleashing a devastating plague on mankind. But he can't do it alone, and so must team up with his natural enemy, a female witch presumably played by Leslie.
According to the report, the scene was supposed to involve “a souped-up yellow Chevelle” that would race another can and “dramatically pop a wheelie, as bystanders stand right by the track and cheer.”
"Our family is big and strong but it won’t ever quite be whole again without Paul. All of us -- those who’ve been here from the start and those whose first FAST film is 7 -- wanted to create a special film for him and for you. We believe we have," the letter reads.
The original The Fast and the Furious film had a large-scale car race known as Race Wars, where Brian had to prove his worth to the Dom and the gang. It was an early promise of the auto insanity that would become the trademark of this franchise.
After rumors of unrest on the set of Fast and Furious 7, Vin Diesel has responded with an indirect statement. A statement that explains why if the rumors are true, they aren't without reason.
Vin Diesel’s Facebook page remains a hotbed of information for all of his upcoming projects, from Fast and Furious 7 to Marvel’s upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy, where he’ll play Groot. Wan reportedly is finishing up production on the latest Fast film, which will be in theaters on April 10, 2015.
We've previously reported that director James Wan would be able to finish the film thanks to the help of Walker's real-life family, and now we have photographic proof of how this might work, thanks to Vin Diesel.
The show prioritized the categories in which the winners were actually in attendance, which makes sense on paper but sadly, led to what should have been the most touching moment of the entire broadcast getting cut: the above acceptance speech from Vin Diesel.
When the short Guardians of the Galaxy featurette centering on Vin Diesel's Groot was released last week, I really only had one complaint: why not show us the character saying his famous line? In the comics, Groot is known for being an intelligent alien who only has the capacity to introduce himself, saying, "I am Groot," but the marketing for the film seems to make us want to wait for it
It's always a treat when an actor will go out of their way to give fans an inside look at their work. Vin Diesel is one of those actors, as he's often interacting with his fans on Facebook, sharing photos, thoughts and occasionally, inside information. The latest bit of bonus content comes in the form of Diesel up on his stilts for the role of Groot in Guardians of the Galaxy.
Earlier this afternoon we got a special close-up look at one of the strangest, most fascinating characters in James Gunn's upcoming Marvel movie Guardians of the Galaxy, but you didn't really think the studio would stop there, right?