CBR senior editor and Fast & Furious super-fan Stephen Gerding explains what newcomers need to know before watching this weekend’s new installment.
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Dwayne Johnson will star in an HBO dramedy from his Pain & Gain co-star Mark Wahlberg about retired athletes living in Miami. The pilot will shoot this fall.
The final trailer for the Fast & Furious 6 has debuted, giving a better look at the action and suspense in the latest franchise film, starring Dwayne Johnson, Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Michelle Rodriguez and more.
Fast & Furious producer Neal Moritz praises Fast & Furious 6 while confirming James Wan as director of 7 and Dwayne Johnson’s return in that film.
If Fast & Furious 7 begins shooting this summer, Dwayne Johnson explains that he might not be able to appear because of his commitment to Hercules.
Insidious and The Conjuring director James Wan is reportedly in talks with Universal Pictures to replace Justin Lin on Fast & Furious 7.
As Universal Pictures gears up for the May 26 release of Fast & Furious 6, longtime franchise director Justin Lin has decided he won’t return for the seventh installment.
Director Jon M. Chu’s boisterous sequel G.I. Joe: Retaliation embraces the camp and fun of the Hasbro universe, rebooting the franchise with a stellar new cast and a script that rewards longtime fans.
Paramount Pictures’ red-band trailer for Pain & Gain features Mark Wahlberg, Dwayne Johnson, Rebel Wilson and Anthony Mackie pumping iron, kidnapping bad guys and spending money. The Michael Bay movie opens April 26.
G.I. Joe: Retaliation writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick talk with Spinoff Online about clearing the decks following The Rise of Cobra, casting Bruce Willis as the original Joe, and their commitment to Fox’s long-brewing Deadpool movie.
Dwayne Johnson discusses starring as fan-favorite Roadblock in G.I. Joe: Retaliation, the future of the Fast and the Furious franchise, his desire to play Black Adam in a Shazam movie, and how he was born to portray Hercules.
Ian McShane, Joseph Fiennes, John Hurt and Rebecca Ferguson have joined start Dwayne Johnson in Hercules, director Brett Ratner’s adaptation of the 2008 comic by Radical Publishing.