The film, I Am Paul Walker, will be produced by Derik Murray, who's helmed previous retrospective documentaries including I Am Heath Ledger and I Am Bruce Lee.
The family drama continues to play out on Instagram, and honestly, is starting to be worthy of its own movie.
The actor went off on Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson on social media after news that a Hobbs/Shaw movie was set for 2019.
'Iron Man 3' director said to be a contender for the Luke Hobbs/Deckard Shaw movie: here's why that's a very good thing.
A new 'F&F' feud brews, as Gibson suggests The Rock may skip the next instalment in favour of spin-off movie with Jason Statham.
Rodriguez posted an ominous message to her Instagram account on Monday: "I just might have to say goodbye to a loved franchise,” she wrote
The 38-year-old actress called out the franchise's representation of women on the same day of the eighth installment's digital release.
In the upcoming live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast, Luke Evans will be playing one of the great Disney bad guys, the arrogant gasbag Gaston. The younger brother of Jason Statham’s Deckard Shaw, Owen was last seen in a coma in Furious 7 after falling from an airplane at the end of 2013’s Fast & Furious 6. Evans couldn’t say in a recent chat with Yahoo Movies’ Gwynne Watkins, but he did reveal that the Shaw brothers have a formidable mother on their side: The Fate of the Furious cast member Helen Mirren.
Just last week, the eighth installment in the Fast & Furious franchise got a new, nonnumerical name — The Fate of the Furious. Directed by F. Gary Gray (Straight Outta Compton), The Fate of the Furious will see the return of many familiar faces in our beloved hot-rod crew, including Vin Diesel as Dominic Toretto, Michelle Rodriguez as Letty Ortiz, Tyrese Gibson as Roman Pearce, Ludacris as Tej Parker, and Dwayne Johnson as Luke Hobbs, the straight-arrow DSS agent.
The cast and crew of Fast 8 would like to remind us: It’s all about family. In a Facebook message to commemorate the end of filming, the cast of the next Fast and Furious film (coming to theaters in April 2017) put their recent disagreements aside and extended a big thank-you to the actors, producers, crew, fans, and of course, the late Paul Walker.
In-production blockbuster sequel ‘Fast & Furious 8′ is currently making history by shooting in Havana, Cuba - and now we have an on-set video to prove it. It’s the first time a Hollywood blockbuster has been able to shoot on the Communist-ruled Caribbean island, whose infamously troubled relationship with the US has relaxed in recent months, notably with a state visit from President Obama. The team on the high-octane sequel shared the brief video on Instagram, noting, “#F8 is making history in Cuba.
Vin Diesel thought Furious 7 deserved to win Best Picture at the Oscars, a statement that was largely laughed off despite the sequel’s monster box-office haul. Director James Wan agreed that “See You Again” was snubbed by the Academy, but he took larger issue with the film being left out of the Best Visual Effects category, particularly for what VFX house Weta Digital was able to accomplish in seamlessly keeping Walker’s character Brian O'Connor “alive” until the film’s poignant end. “One was for the song, and the other one was for the visual effects.
Porsche has claimed that Hollywood star Paul Walker’s death in a car crash two years ago was his “own comparative fault”. The Fast & Furious actor was a passenger in his friend Roger Rodas’ Porsche Carrera GT when it crashed into a pole and burst into flames in Santa Clarita, California on 30 November, 2013. The 16-year-old’s lawyers allege that Walker was killed after flaws in the car’s design left him trapped in the vehicle while it was on fire.