Fast and Furious

Grab Your Family, ‘The Fast and the Furious’ Is Returning to Theaters This Summer

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by Britt Hayes May 25, 2016 @ 8:09 PM
Universal
To honor the 15th anniversary of the movie that started it all, Universal is re-releasing The Fast and the Furious in theaters nationwide. Revisiting your introduction to Dom, Letty, Brian and the magical world of NOS should help make the wait for Fast 8 a little easier, but you’ll only have a limited time to see the original film on the big screen.

Universal Tinkering With Possible ‘Fast and Furious’ Spinoffs

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by Matt Singer November 16, 2015 @ 3:34 PM
Universal
The Wikipedia page listing Fast and Furious characters runs 66 entries. There are ten main characters, like Vin Diesel’s Dominic Toretto and the late Paul Walker’s Brian O’Conner, on down through the various supporting characters, villains, and cops who have chased Dom and Brian’s crew of honorable thieves all over the globe through seven increasingly crazy and increasingly awesome entries.

The Death of ‘Disaster!’ and Remembering the Universal Studios That Was

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by Jacob Hall September 8, 2015 @ 1:41 AM
Universal Studios
Themed entertainment is a like a shark or a relationship – it has to keep moving forward or it has to die. Today, September 8, 2015, marks the day that Universal officially leaves its past behind. Disaster!: A Major Motion Picture Ride Starring You, is closing to make way for a Fast and Furious themed ride. It’s closure marks the definitive end of the park’s original intentions, for better and for worse.

A ‘Fast & Furious’ Ride is Heading to Universal Studios Orlando

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by Jacob Hall August 26, 2015 @ 10:08 AM
Universal
The Fast and Furious series has been a sleeping giant for Universal Pictures, growing from a modestly successful franchise into a cultural juggernaut over the course of a decade. And like other cultural juggernauts owned or licensed by Universal, the increasingly wacky adventures of Dominic Toretto and his family eventually jumped into the theme park realm. Fast and Furious: Supercharged made its debut at Universal Studios Hollywood earlier this year and it was just announced that the ride is heading to the studio’s Florida park. But it’s going to have to be very different and that is what has us interested.

‘Furious 7’ Cinematographer to Make Directorial Debut With Motorcycle Action Movie

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by Britt Hayes May 1, 2015 @ 7:41 PM
Universal
From high-speed car chases to…high-speed motorcycle chases. Furious 7 and Fast and Furious 6's director of photography is revving up to make his very own directorial debut, but as the saying goes, stick with what you know. And that’s what Stephen Windon is doing with Full Throttle, the upcoming action flick which replaces fast cars with fast bikes.

‘Fast and Furious’ Cast Show You How Their New Universal Studios Ride Was Made

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by Britt Hayes April 29, 2015 @ 7:05 PM
With seven movies under its belt, it’s about time the wildly popular and hugely beloved Fast and Furious franchise got its own ride at Universal Studios. Fast and Furious: Supercharged is set to debut this summer, and this behind the scenes video gives you a sneak peek at the new attraction with the help of Vin Diesel and the Fast and Furious #family.

‘Furious 7’ Review: One Last Ride, and It’s a Good One

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by Matt Singer April 3, 2015 @ 5:21 AM
Universal
Furious 7 almost certainly won’t be the last Fast & Furious movie. But at times it feels like a series finale. There are numerous callbacks and homages to the franchise’s entire 15-year history. The setpieces are bigger and crazier than ever; it’s hard to imagine anyone topping them. And before the chases really get rolling, the mood is often downright mournful. Two different scenes are set in graveyards, and characters talk about taking “one last ride” together.

Helen Mirren Says Her ‘Great Ambition’ is To Be in a ‘Fast & Furious’ Movie

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by Matt Singer March 30, 2015 @ 12:50 PM
Lionsgate
Helen Mirren is an Oscar winner and a multi-time Golden Globe winner. She has a few Best Actress awards from the Cannes Film Festival, and a couple Emmys as well. She’s a Dame of the British Empire. As far as actors go, she is amongst the most respected in the entire world.

The Man Who Saved the ‘Fast & Furious’ Franchise: An Interview With ‘Furious 7’ Writer Chris Morgan

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by Matt Singer March 30, 2015 @ 9:14 AM
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There are a lot of heroes in the Fast & Furious movies, but the unsung hero of the Fast & Furious movies is screenwriter Chris Morgan, who joined the franchise at its lowest point and helped transform a dying property about a couple of street racers into one of the most popular series (with one of the most cleverly complex mythologies) in all of Hollywood. It was Morgan’s idea to take the series international for The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, and to bring back the original franchise stars, Vin Diesel and Paul Walker, which happened in the fourth film, 2009’s Fast & Furious. Six years later, Furious 7 is primed to open in theaters, and even after the tragic passing of Walker in 2013, the series now shows no signs of slowing down. Diesel’s so confident in the movie that he’s already predicted it will win the Best Picture Oscar at next year’s Academy Awards (Morgan’s reaction when I asked if he wanted to double down on Diesel’s bet: “Uh ... [laughs] no comment.”)