Filming on 'Fast & Furious 9' has been stopped after a stuntman fell on the film's set and suffered a serious head injury.
Dom Toretto can breathe a sigh of relief – it appears that he's not lost one of his key crew-members after all.
The leading lady is walking back her previous comments on the controversy.
Michelle Rodriguez is threatening to walk from the 'Fast & Furious' franchise, unless filmmakers make more of the female cast.
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.
“Fast and Furious 8” is an American action film in English. It is the eighth movie in “The Fast and the Furious” franchise. The film revolves around the betrayal of Dominic Toretto, one of the main protagonists of “The Fast and the Furious” series.
One of the most controversial movies to come out of the Toronto International Film Festival is transgender horror ‘(re)Assignment’ which has been mauled critically. The film is about a male assassin (played by Rodriguez) named Frank Kitchen who, after killing the brother of a talented surgeon known as The Doctor (Weaver), is surgically transformed into a woman after being double-crossed by gangsters. It all sounds a bit absurd and potentially offensive, with the trans community voicing their disappointment in using the life-changing operation as a gimmick for a film.
Michelle Rodriguez has said that the ‘Fast & Furious’ series has ‘lost its soul’ following the death of Paul Walker. “Y’know, Paul’s the heart of it. “And not having love affair with cars and with that lifestyle [like Paul did], it removes a certain aspect of the soul of the franchise.
Michelle Rodriguez has justified making the controversial ‘trans-hitman’ thriller ‘(Re)Assignment’ by saying that she did so because she’s ‘bored with the status quo’ of Hollywood. In it, Rodriguez’s character is given a sex change by a rogue doctor, played by Sigourney Weaver, as revenge for a hit he’s taken out.
The controversial ‘transgender hitman’ movie starring Michelle Rodriguez has landed at the Toronto Film Festival. The concept of the movie has already been met with undisguised disgust from the transgender community, with Rodriguez playing a macho male hitman called Frank – glued-on beard and all – who is given a forced sex change by a disgraced surgeon in revenge for one of his hits. Obviously, the surgeon is played by Sigourney Weaver.
The folks behind next year’s auto-orgy sequel Fast 8 continue to rev up the behind-the-scenes access, today transmitting via Facebook Live a hosted tour of the car garage guided by film’s vehicle coordinator, Dennis McCarthy (watch above).
When it comes to the ‘Fast & Furious’ movies, we’ve learned to expect three specific things: fast cars, ridiculous action, and bro-down camaraderie. (Oh, and gratuitous shots of women’s bottoms, but that’s another matter.)
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.
Time magazine reported that when Microsoft was based in Albuquerque in its early years, Gates bought a Porsche 911 and would race it in the desert, his Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen having to bail him out of jail on one occasion. In fact, it’s claimed the outline of his famous mugshot from the Albuquerque Police Department is used as the silhouette for some Windows applications. A mugshot was even unearthed by the National Enquirer, and police records of aggravated assault, criminal conspiracy and reckless endangerment by Smith of a record promoter called William Hendricks, a record promoter.
The 36-year-old actress has recently let her armpit hair grow out. Michelle Rodriguez has never been known for following the crowd and last night she once again stood out by unveiling her hairy armpits.