Just last weekend, Vin Diesel was back to teasing another future role in the Marvel cinematic universe, but it’s the same one he’s been teasing for a couple years now. Fans have basically assumed, and rightly so, that Diesel will end up playing Black Bolt, the leader of The Inhumans. And now he’s given us a brief taste of what it might be like to be the physical presence of Black Bolt, not to mention a quick mention of discussing the role with Kevin Feige. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, October 15th, 2015 by Jacob Hall
There is all kinds of drama stirring behind the scenes of Fast and Furious 8 right now. The eighth film in the increasingly insane action series, which will kick off a supposedly final trilogy of movies, finally found its director in F. Gary Gray, but only after Furious 7‘s James Wan fled the series like his life depended on it… literally. So fans could use some good news about this movie right now. Well, they could use any news that isn’t about how nothing is going right behind the scenes.
So how about confirmation that Fast and Furious 8 will take place in New York? That’s good, solid, interesting, drama-free news, right?
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Vin Diesel is a nerd. Okay, maybe he’s not a nerd, but he does play Dungeons & Dragons. The Last Witch Hunter star has professed his love for the game many times. Once again, he’s sharing his passion for D&D and the potential film, which, he says, he’s been approached for in the past and would still consider being a part of. Could we see Dungeons and Dragons starring Vin Diesel? Learn more after the jump.
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If you’ve murdered someone or have a treasure hidden somewhere, the last person you probably want to tell is Vin Diesel. The actor just can’t seem to keep many secrets to himself, especially when it comes to future projects that he may be doing at Marvel Studios.
For the past year, Diesel has been doing a little more than teasing that in addition to his voice role as Groot in Guardians of the Galaxy, he might have something to do with the forthcoming film The Inhumans. The project was recently rumored to be in danger of getting axed, but that doesn’t seem to be the case, especially if we continue to believe Diesel’s pretty obvious hints. Read More »
Hot on the heels of finding a director for Furious 8 in Straight Outta Compton filmmaker F. Gary Gray, another Vin Diesel franchise has finally found a filmmaker to take on the next sequel.
xXx 3 has been teased by Diesel since 2008, and every year there’s been a promise of it finally coming together. More recently that possibility has seemed a little more solid since Diesel said xXx 3 would be shooting in December in the Philippines. However, we hadn’t yet heard who would be getting behind the camera for the action sequel. But that changes today as a xXx 3 director has been revealed. Read More »
This year’s Furious 7 pulled in over $1.5 billion at the worldwide box office, but Furious 8 has yet to find a director despite a release date set for April 14th, 2017. But a director for the eighth installment of the popular car heist series has been hard to nail down. Earlier this we reported that Universal Pictures had narrowed their Fast and Furious 8 director search to three finalists. But now Straight Outta Compton filmmaker F. Gary Gray confirms he has signed on to direct Furious 8.
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Posted on Thursday, October 1st, 2015 by Angie Han
Last week we heard Furious 8 was having a bit of trouble kicking into gear. One of the biggest sticking points was the question of who would steer the film, since scheduling conflicts put previous franchise directors Justin Lin and James Wan out of the running.
Now Vin Diesel‘s latest Facebook posts suggest two possibilities: Rob Cohen, who helmed the original The Fast and the Furious, and Diesel himself. Meanwhile, studio Universal is reportedly eyeing Ericson Core (of the Point Break remake) and Louis Leterrier (Now You See Me). Let’s run down the possibilities for the Furious 8 director after the jump. Read More »
Just last week, a report detailing some trouble behind the scenes of Furious 8 revealed that Universal Pictures was having trouble locking down a director, and there was even some chatter about producer and franchise star Vin Diesel being difficult to work with on set in the recent sequels, being heavily involved in the writing process, almost to a frustrating level.
However, Diesel himself has taken to Facebook, seemingly in an attempt to clear up some of the gossip about the production of the next sequel in the franchise, to explain what the hold up is in development. In addition, he’s confirmed that Universal is planning Furious 9 and Furious 10 for one final Fast and Furious trilogy that will begin with Furious 8. Read More »
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One of the biggest active film franchises right now is the Fast & Furious series at Universal Pictures. After this year’s Furious 7 pulled in over $1.5 billion at the worldwide box office this year, Furious 8 was guaranteed to happen with a release date set for April 14th, 2017.
However, there seems to be some trouble brewing behind the scenes as Universal is having trouble figuring out who to direct, and some of the trouble is reportedly that star and producer Vin Diesel has proven to be a little more difficult to work with on the franchise recently. Find out more about the Furious 8 director problems below. Read More »
This week brought Furious 7 out on Blu-Ray and DVD, along with an Honest Trailer skewering the blockbuster sequel from earlier this summer. And if you’re anxious to see Vin Diesel back in action, you have just over a month to wait
The Last Witch Hunter takes Vin Diesel and puts him in the middle of a fantasy nightmare as an immortal warrior tasked with keeping the world safe from a race of evil witches. And now the Queen Witch who cursed him centuries ago has been resurrected, and all hell is about to break loose.
A new The Last Witch Hunter trailer teases an awakening, but not the one that you’re more excited for this holiday season. And it does come with a slow cover of The Rolling Stones classic “Paint It Black,” for those keeping track of recent trailer cliches. Read More »