The “Fast and the Furious” veteran will co-star as an LAPD hostage negotiator and in-house therapist in the TV reboot of the hit film franchise.
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“You get to say goodbye to somebody very, very special,” Michelle Rodriguez says, referring to the late Paul Walker.
Although it clocks in at just one minute, the latest trailer squeezes in new footage and turns the spotlight on franchise veteran Vin Diesel.
For evidence that Vin Diesel’s car jump between skyscrapers may not be the most gloriously ridiculous stunt in Furious 7, look no further than the new trailer.
Big explosions and even bigger car stunts mark the trailer for Furious 7, starring Vin Diesel, Paul Walker and Dwayne Johnson.
They faced off in the last movie, but this time around Vin Diesel and his crew are helping Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson take down some bad guys in “Fast & Furious 6.”
The new series, based on the legendary prime-time soap, follows the next generation of the feuding Ewing clan as two cousins grapple with the future of the family’s fortunes. Original stars Larry Hagman, Patrick Duffy and Linda Gray return for the show, which debuts in summer 2012.