Dwayne 'the Rock' Johnson and Tyrese are continuing their 'candy-asses' feud over the 'Fast and Furious' franchise. A look at everything that has transpired between the two.
The "Fast and Furious" feud is officially in overdrive. On Wednesday, Tyrese Gibson threatened to quit the hugely successful franchise over his drama with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.
In August 2016, a whirlwind of headlines were created when Fate of the Furious star Dwayne Johnson wrote a cryptic Instagram post calling one of his male co-stars a “candy ass.” In time we would learn that he was none-too-pleased with his costar, Vin Diesel. Finally, after months of drama, Johnson and Diesel appeared to squash their beef, as they’re both set to appear in the upcoming ninth installment of the action franchise. Many productive meetings and big business deals have been sealed with a handshake at my GSD (Get Shit Done) table that’s inside my trailer.
News of Jamie Foxx's real name, Eric Marlon Bishop, made the Internet lose its mind over the weekend — but he's not the only celebrity who has changed his or her birth name.
Here is a quick refresher to remind you what happened the last time we saw our friends Star-Lord, Gamora, Rocket, Groot, and Drax.
As millions of moviegoers now know, The Fate of the Furious pairs Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson’s Hobbs and Jason Statham’s Deckard Shaw on a mission to stop Vin Diesel’s Dominic Toretto. As you may remember, Shaw is the man responsible for Han’s death in The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift — although, in the twisted timeline of the series, this wasn’t “revealed” until the end of Fast & Furious 6. A new piece in the Los Angeles Times addresses this perplexing about-face for Dom, who’s nothing if not consumed with loyalty to family. While it seems like this is a glaring inconsistency, cast and crew members seem to be indicating that perhaps Han will factor in some way in future installments.
An interview with "Fast and Furious" movies costume designer Sanja Hays about street fashion, Vin Diesel, and creating the look of the films.
It’s hard to believe it has been 16 years since the Fast and Furious crew first hit the big screen. The series about street racing has produced eight feature-length films and two short films and has become one of the biggest movie franchises of all time. Despite numerous cast changes, turmoil on set, and the unprecedented tragedy of Paul Walker’s untimely death in 2013, this series just keeps on going. With The Fate of the Furious opening on April 14, we thought we’d take a look back at all eight of the movie premieres.
“Fate of the Furious” star Dwayne Johnson took over Disney’s Jungle Cruise in honor of his upcoming film based on the iconic ride.
Vin Diesel makes for one interesting sandwich. If you thought that Cristiano Ronaldo statue would be the most bizarre of the week, you’d be very wrong. A mechanical engineer in Ventura, Calif., has created a bust of Fast and Furious star Vin Diesel made entirely of sandwich toppings — plus some googly eyes that are probably plastic — that’s a game-changer.
As befits the Fast and Furious franchise, the eighth entry in the Vin Diesel-led series is guaranteed to push its auto-insanity to absurd new heights. That’s most definitely confirmed by the latest trailer for The Fate of the Furious, which is a thing of such over-the-top beauty that it actually features the sight of Dwayne Johnson hanging out of a speeding tank in order to redirect — with his hands! — a torpedo racing alongside. And that’s not even the clip’s money shot! Watch in wonder above.
M. Night Shyamalan’s latest horror-thriller, Split, easily topped the chart after trumping the competition with a far better-than-expected $40.2 million from 3,015 theaters for Blumhouse and Universal. Split, starring James McAvoy as a kidnapper with 24 personalities, was fueled by younger moviegoers. The film, earning a B+ CinemaScore, is rated PG-13.
The Fast and Furious movies have gotten so gloriously over the top in recent installments (see: parachuting cars, skyscraper-jumping cars, etc.) that you may have forgotten Vin Diesel already had a hyper-extreme-action series by the name of XXX.
Hollywood stars and tech superstars collided this weekend at NASA’s Ames Research Center in Silicon Valley to honor the biggest achievements in science at the Breakthrough Prizes.
What Groot lacks in vocabulary, Vin Diesel made up for by spilling some Marvel news. In a Facebook live video that aired on the actor’s personal page on Friday, Diesel confirmed that the Guardians of the Galaxy will appear in the upcoming Avengers movie Infinity War. The real purpose of the video was not for Diesel to break news about the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but to show off an award he received from Facebook for having over 100 million fans.
The cast and crew of Fast 8 would like to remind us: It’s all about family. In a Facebook message to commemorate the end of filming, the cast of the next Fast and Furious film (coming to theaters in April 2017) put their recent disagreements aside and extended a big thank-you to the actors, producers, crew, fans, and of course, the late Paul Walker.
Boys will be boys — or in this case, men will be social media-obsessed, feuding children intent on getting in the final word (charming). The men in question are none other than Fast and Furious co-stars Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Vin Diesel. ICYMI, on Monday, Johnson posted a video on Instagram showing himself body slamming an opponent into a wall beside a message that skewered some of the other actors in the blockbuster franchise. This is my final week of shooting #FastAndFurious8. There's no other franchise that gets my blood boiling more than this one. ...
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
Cheat sheet to Who, What, Where, When, and Why from Hollywood Reporter concerning franchise's highly anticipated next film
Ladies and gentlemen, Vin Diesel just presented us with the very first set pic from xXx 3: The Return of Xander Cage. It’s been about 14 years since Vin Diesel played the tattooed criminal turned secret agent, but Vin is happy to be back, writing on Facebook: