Chris Morgan, executive producer and writer of the latest ‘Fast and the Furious’ installment, explains to SPINOFF why the movie is a fitting tribute to its late star.
Paul Walkers final film boasts some terrific stunts, but misfires with a frequently frustrating plot that’s stuck in neutral.
“The Conjuring” director talks tackling “The Fast and the Furious” franchise and the tragic loss of Paul Walker.
“It will probably win best picture at the Oscars,” the franchise star says, “unless the Oscars don’t want to be relevant ever.”
“You get to say goodbye to somebody very, very special,” Michelle Rodriguez says, referring to the late Paul Walker.
Announcing its June 25 premiere, the theme park goes behind the scenes of the new attraction in a video that features Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson, Michelle Rodriguez and Tyrese Gibson.
The latest trailer for director James Wan’s action sequel may give away a spoiler or two.
Universal Pictures has rolled out a new poster to accompany the “extended first look” at director James Wan’s action sequel.
Although it clocks in at just one minute, the latest trailer squeezes in new footage and turns the spotlight on franchise veteran Vin Diesel.
The actor also revels in having the fantasy action film arrive the same year as “Furious 7.”
Following the action-packed trailer, Universal Pictures strikes a somber chord with a new poster featuring Vin Diesel and the late Paul Walker.
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.