It’s been a year since Fast & Furious star Paul Walker lost his life at the age of 40 in a tragic car accident on November 30, 2013 in Santa Clarita, California. Fans, friends and family have been paying tribute to Walker on the anniversary of his passing including co-star Vin Diesel, his father Paul Walker III and daughter Meadow Walker.
Little more than three weeks after co-star Paul Walker died in a car crash, Vin Diesel announced Fast & Furious 7 won’t only go on — but it will premiere earlier than anticipated. Read on for details and what else Vin Diesel shared…
Vin Diesel is known for his tough guy roles in movies such as The Fast And The Furious and A Man Apart, but on Valentine’s Day he showed a softer side. On February 14, the infamously deep-voiced Vin made a video of himself singing a cover of Rihanna’s song “Stay.” And later that night, he debuted it to his 39 million Facebook fans.
Fast Five has red lined its way out of the box office gates breaking The Fast and the Furious franchise record with over 80 million dollars in its opening weekend. This success has convinced lead actor Vin Diesel that the film very would could be in Oscar contention next year. Read on for his wonderful quote!
Here’s Michelle Rodriguez at the 10th Annual New York International Latino Film Festival screening of the movie Los Bandoleros, a prequel to the popular Fast and the Furious franchise: Let’s see if she avoided all the things on the National Association for the Advancement of Latino People’s “List of Things To Avoid To Help Our […]