Follow up to the smash hit Furious 7 - the eighth installment in the Fast & Furious franchise. The plot is unknown at this time.
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Vin Diesel Confirms Fast 8 Trailer Date
We’ve had teaser posters, Helen Mirren and a ‘candy ass’ Instagram beef that may or may not have been real and now Fast 8 has a trailer…poster…announcement…via Instagram…welcome to marketing everyo...
First Look at Helen Mirren in Fast 8
A meeting of cinematic titans is currently taking place in various locations across the global as Fast 8 instigates the greatest on screen pairing since De Niro met Pacino as Helen Mirren and Vin D...
Scott Eastwood Wanted for Pacific Rim 2
Eastwood is wanted for Pacific Rim 2. No, not that Eastwood – not that we wouldn’t want to see The Man With No Name out draw a Kaiju – Scott Eastwood, who’s been tipped to join Star Wars: The Force...
Fast & Furious 8: Vin Diesel Shares First Cast Photo
Unless you’re that one person who got spooked by all those cars falling out of a multi-storey car park, then you’ll already know that Fast & Furious 8 has begun filming.
Charlize Theron To Play Fast 8's Villain?
It’s Fast and Furiousa for Charlize Theron, who could be bringing her own brand of bad-assdom to Fast & Furious 8 or whatever it’ll end up being called.
Fast & Furious 9 and 10 Get Release Dates
Fast & Furious 8 has been talked up as the first part of a trilogy to bring the franchise to a stop but so far, we haven’t had any confirmation of just when we’ll see parts 9 & 10.
Fast & Furious Getting It's Own Cinematic Universe
Because of course it needs to have its own Marvel style universe, Fast & Furious will be spun off into its own cinematic universe.
F. Gary Gray Confirms He'll Helm Furious 8
Forget Vin Diesel, Jaume Collet-Serra and Les Mayfield – F. Gary Gray has tweeted to confirm he’ll be helming Furious 8.
Vin Diesel Unlikely to Direct Furious 8
Despite a lengthy post on Facebook declaring his interest in jumping into the driving seat and directing Furious 8, studio insiders have ruled Vin Diesel out of taking the helm.