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It’s that time of year again! Awards season is heating up and as the year comes to an end – the industry is gearing up for another round of non-stop festivities.
The Golden Globes and the Oscars are great and all but when it comes down to it – the voice of the people is what truly matters.
Actress Michelle Rodriguez who is known for her association with global blockbusters, including the Fast and Furious franchise, Resident Evil and Avatar, has been handed the role of a lifetime that is rather timely considering the current climate that is adhering to the instinctual needs of a community that has endured and continues to accommodate deplorable rejection.
After days of speculation and a teaser photo courtesy of Vin Diesel – it was confirmed on Thursday that Straight Outta Compton director F. Gary Gray will helm the eighth installment of the billion dollar franchise that rocked the box office to its core this past spring. Gray tweeted his excitement at the prospect of garnering one of the most privileged assignments in Hollywood.
Turns out Vin Diesel is the reason why the scheduled premiere for Furious 7 which was supposed to be held at the Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi on March 10 has been cancelled.
The Road to Furious 7 finally arrived at it’s long awaited destination when the trailer for the seventh installment in the beloved franchise was unveiled by the main cast at Universal Studios in Los Angeles on Nov. 1.
Almost a year after Paul Walker’s tragic and untimely death in a car crash, the franchise that propelled his career, is initiating an ambitious marketing campaign to get fans revved up for the next installment.
When The Fast and the Furious hit theaters back in 2001, I like most people didn’t expect much from it. A movie about fast cars, hot guys and the girls who love them didn’t seem like the kind of offering that would stand the test of time. More like a hectic adrenaline rush that subsides as soon as the credits start rolling.
The original poster for the film that started it all