Vin Diesel looks back at the start of a billion dollar franchise and talks about keeping Paul Walker's character Brian alive onscreen as "The Fast and the Furious" turns 20.
"Eternal brotherhood is a blessing beyond words," Vin Diesel wrote in his tribute to the late actor
Paul Walker in a November 2013 car crash at the age of 40 — just weeks after his daughter Meadow turned 15
"We needed a rich world to build on his character,” Leitch explains of including Johnson's Samoan heritage into the film.
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Michelle Rodriguez may have risen to popularity as Vin Diesel’s ride-or-die in the "Fast and the Furious" movie franchise, but don’t get it twisted — she’s an action star in her own right.
The late actor's life and career is spotlighted in a preview of the new documentary, featuring rare footage of Walker's home life.
In a 2015 interview with Yahoo Movies, Helen Mirren described her desire to star alongside Vin Diesel in a Fast and Furious movie. Fast forward two years later, and the iconic actress will appear in this week’s sequel, The Fate of the Furious. Fast 8 director F. Gary Gray was willing to describe the sheer pleasure of working with the 71-year-old actress when he came by Yahoo Studios for a Facebook Live interview (watch above).
At this point we are well within reason to expect absurdly over-the-top — and possibly logic-defying — stunt pieces in our Fast and Furious movies. We’ve seen cars parachute from planes, cars jump skyscrapers, and cars do… tons of others things cars have no business doing.
Jordana Brewster, Tyrese Gibson, Ludacris, and Vin Diesel all took to social media to remember actor, who died in a fatal car crash on this date in 2013
On the Jada Toys Instagram, a photo shows a modified Dodge Charger that the franchise star will be handling in F. Gary Gray’s sequel to last year’s 'Furious 7' — apparently to navigate the frozen Arctic tundra
The next installment of the "Fast and Furious" franchise dabbled in some wish fulfillment this week when it was announced that Helen Mirren would be joining the upcoming eighth installment. Fans had been hopeful the Oscar winner would come onboard after she told Yahoo back in March 2015 that she wanted in.
Cheat sheet to Who, What, Where, When, and Why from Hollywood Reporter concerning franchise's highly anticipated next film
Yahoo Movies sent an intrepid reporter to ask “Batman v Superman's” Wonder Woman, Gal Gadot, an extremely intellectual question.
Channing Tatum was on Jimmy Kimmel Live and talked about a film franchise he missed out on being a part of - The Fast and the Furious. Host Jimmy Kimmel asked the Magic Mike star about his worst experience auditioning for a role. “That was The Fast and the Furious 3: Tokyo Drift,” Tatum replied. “I stopped in the middle of the audition, like, ‘I think we’re done, right? Like, this is terrible.’ … But I think it was, it was probably a combination of me being just bad, not remembering the lines, like totally freaked out. I was probably sweating a lot.”