Very Shocking Sad news Paul Walker died in Car accident Fast Furious 7 first spoiler shows his execution Watch the video below #FF7 Things are gonna get messy here, Fast & Furious 7 is underway, The FF7 Spoiler ahead…. First of all, the sequence features neither a car chase nor a fight!
This time seems production started right after the release of Furious 6 , Just because people love to see Cool Cars and Chicks ;) ain’t that right.
Full action power pack series of Fast & Furious since 2001 changed the way we seen Racing Cars ever before on the streets, I Call it The Trend Maker Series. In July 2014, Fast & Furious 7 gonna show up with additional characters from the movie ” Transporter ” exciting to see Furious Expandable version :P
Need for Speed already on it’s way in 2014 and now Fast & Furious 7 also hocked up, which means 2014 is the year for Cars and Racers, including myself :P
Fast & Furious 7
” Fast Furious 7 “
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Updated: 11 September 2013
Fast & Furious 7
No. Fast & Furious 7 was filmed from a screenplay written by American screenwriter Chris Morgan, using characters created by Gary Scott Thompson in the first movie of the Fast and Furious franchise. Fast & Furious 7 is the seventh movie in the series, preceded by The Fast and the Furious (2001), 2 Fast 2 Furious (2003),The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006), Fast & Furious (2009), Fast Five (2011), and Furious 6 (2013).
The scene in inquiry is the gang at Han’s funeral. So, if you were wanting that his death at the end of very quick & angry 6 (which, in a surprise rotate, was really from Tokyo Drift) was a misdirect, it examines like you’re out of luck. He’s dead for real, and it’s hit the gang hard. There aren’t any tears shed (they’re all too manly for that), but Vin Diesel does croak out “You were always my brother, Han. He put you in this grave, so now I’ll do the same to him.”
But Han’s death isn’t the large-scale takeaway from the view. We currently knew he was dead. The bombshell arrives when Ludacris says, “First Han, now Hobbs is prepared up, of all people.” So at some issue between FF6 and FF7, certain thing grave occurred to Hobbs to put him in the clinic. contemplating new controller James Wan has been tweeting about filming with the Rock, and the latter has been displaying pictures from the set, it’s not like the misfortune will be offscreen. We’re wagering that anything happens to put Hobbs out of charge happens very early on throughout FF7, likely throughout the film’s opening activity view.
That’s basically it for the sneak top on the FF6 Blu-ray, and if you ask us, it’s actually kind of awesome that the first footage issued from very quick & angry 7 isn’t vehicle associated at all. We love that this sequence is evolving so feature and article based. And yes, we mean that sincerely. The action holds getting larger and better, but at this issue we’re amazingly bought into in glimpsing what happens to Dominic Toretto and his gang of do-good bandit car thieves. And yes, we recognize how stupid that noise, but that’s why we love this franchise. They make the silly work. They make it work genuine good.
We furthermore have to tilt our head covering to Universal and the masterful way the producers there are rotating this into their own large-scale, expansive Marvel-type cosmos with intersecting storylines and distinct personalities. They used the mid-credits of FF6 to not only murder one of their individual features, but to insert Jason Statham as the villain for FF7. And now they’re utilising the Blu-ray for 6 to set up Statham as a force of nature. He doesn’t appear in the clip (though you do glimpse a secret vehicle watching the funeral), but just understanding that he’s responsible for laying up the friend who leapt off of a racing vehicle like a damned superhero in the last movie certainly closures the deal that the stakes and the activity are going to be even more hard-core this time around. Marvel has the advantage of having decades worth of comics material to draw from, so it can vaguely tease somebody like Thanos and everyone understands to misplace their minds for what he’s adept of. Universal doesn’t have that history here, so it is making its own, and the studio is doing a helluva job so far.