Fast & Furious Supercharged Ride

Universal Studios Hollywood has released the first video of the upcoming Fast and the Furious Supercharged ride. In February Universal aired the first Fast & Furious Supercharged commercial during the Super Bowl, but this is the first time we actually get to see some of the ride being filmed with Fast and the Furious franchise stars Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson, Tyrese Gibson, Michelle Rodriguez and Luke Evans. Watch the Fast & Furious Supercharged ride first look video embedded after the jump.

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Fast and Furious 6 - Vin Diesel and Paul Walker

Earlier this week we reported Universal wanted Justin Lin back to direct the last few Fast and Furious movies back-to-back. But just because Universal is talking endgame doesn’t mean the series is going out anytime soon.

Universal Pictures chairman Donna Langley has clarified that she believes there will be “at least three more” Fast and Furious films, which means we’re looking at “at least three more” years of Fast and Furious films. Hit the jump for details on more Fast and Furious movies.

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Justin Lin directing Fast Five

After four installments in less than 10 years, Justin Lin finally handed over the reins of the Fast and Furious franchise to James Wan for next year’s Furious 7. But he may already be coming back for more. 

A new report indicates Lin and Universal could re-team for Fast and Furious 8 (or whatever it winds up being called) and an additional installment which will then close out the franchise. Hit the jump for more on the possible Justin Lin Fast and Furious 8 return.

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LOL: Point Break vs. Fast and the Furious

Point Break vs. Fast and the Furious

Have you ever noticed that Fast and the Furious is really just a remake of Academy Award-winning director Kathryn Bigelow‘s 1991 film Point Break, trading the surf boards for fast cars? Hit the jump to see a video comparison.

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Fast & Furious

Universal Pictures has given the greenlight to a fifth film in the Fast and the Furious franchise. And in an apparent attempt to one-up the ridiculousness of the previous titles, 2 Fast 2 Furious and Fast & Furious, they have come up with the brilliant (yes, sarcasm) title “Fast Five.” The studio has inked deals with all the key players, including stars Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, director Justin Lin, screenwriter Chris Morgan (Tokyo Drift, Fast & Furious, Wanted), and producer Neal Moritz to return to the franchise. According to Variety, the fifth film will follow Dom (Diesel) and Brian (Walker) as “fugitives being pursued by legendary lawmen.”‘

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