The late Fast & Furious star Paul Walker would have been 46 yesterday, and Dwayne Johnson decided to mark the occasion.
Filming on 'Fast & Furious 9' has been stopped after a stuntman fell on the film's set and suffered a serious head injury.
Ever since Dave Bautista's brooding turn in Blade Runner 2049, he's shown that he's got rather more range than your average wrestler turned movie star.
Dom Toretto can breathe a sigh of relief – it appears that he's not lost one of his key crew-members after all.
The producer of the Fast & Furious movies has been fired from the forthcoming spin-off Hobbs & Shaw, and all future movies in the series.
It was only months after the death of Paul Walker that his brothers Caleb and Cody stepped in, to help film unfinished scenes in ‘Fast & Furious 7’. “I always wanted to be like him growing up, so stepping into his shoes was special, but it was too soon,” Caleb told the Dr. Oz Show.
When the cast of the 1998 WWII movie was sent to boot camp to prepare by Steven Spielberg, things almost went spectacularly pear-shaped. “It was the worst experience of my life,” said Edward Burns, remembering his time in a Hertfordshire boot camp while sitting a few months later on the set of ‘Saving Private Ryan’. Determined to make his movie as authentic as possible, director Steven Spielberg hired legendary movie military advisor and former U.S. Marine Corps Captain Dale Dye (pictured below on right with Hanks and Spielberg) to whip the main actors into shape before shooting started.