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  • Uhm, no offense but like?? Vin Diesel?? Michelle THE QUEEN Rodriquez?? CUTEST COUPLE AND GOD HELP ANY WHO COMES BETWEEN THEM! TYRESE MOTHAFUCKA GIBSON?? LuDACRIS?? Nathalie Emmanuel!?!?!?! HACKER SMARTIE AND WHAT A HOTTIE. BETRAYAL??? Explosions! DWAYNE SOCCER DAD/DONE WITH YOUR BULLSHIT JOHNSON????!?!?! Charlize baddest bitch of all Theron!! THAT CAR CHASE WITH ZOMBIE CARS IN NYC?? WHAT THE FUCK!! DON'T BUY A SMART CAR! Russia?!?!???? NEON ORANGE LAMBORGHINI? Submarines!!! WE GONNA NEED A BIGGER TRUCK! HEATSEEKERS MY ASS. JASON STATHAM WITH A BABY??? LUKE FUCKIN EVANS?!? WITH A SCAR?? DAME HeLEN MirREN HERSELF??? MORE EXplOSiOnS?? Eastwood WHO?!? BABY BRIAN??? FAMILY DINNER?! What a fuckin movie!! The laughs! The joy! The pain! Do a fucken favor to yourself and see this shit bros!!

HBO 2017 Promo “It’s What Connects Us”

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Reasons why you should watch the Fast & Furious movies!

It’s NOT just “fast cars” and “scantily-clad girls”

If you want more in-depth view of diversity and strong female character presence in this franchise, check out my two posts below:

And make sure to go watch the movies! GO!

And watch all the behind the scenes, watch how they make the movies, listen to the director/writer commentaries!

BONUS! Even the directors are diverse in race

  • Rob Cohen - white - Fast 1
  • John Singleton - african american - Fast 2
  • Justin Lin - asian - Fast 3,4,5,6
  • James Wan - asian - Fast 7

This franchise is proof that action films can just as easily give great representation and focus on character relationships!

Take this quote from Justin Lin, director of Fast 3,4,5,6

“We can go around the world and do these crazy stunts and scope and everything but ultimately it’s to service the journey home” 

Or the quote from Chris Morgan, writer of Fast 3,4,5,6,7

“The overriding theme of this franchise has always been about family - when it really comes down to is the people around you, and it is the place that you call home" 

And even despite the tragic passing of founding member Paul Walker, the cast and crew behind the franchise is determined to continue the films not only in his honor because of his passion for the franchise but also because they know how important representation and diversity is for future generations - as actor Tyrese Gibson puts it:

There’s no way [Paul] would want the franchise to shut down because the movie is successful for a reason. If you all could just show up and look at somebody in the movie that you identify with then the global impact of the movie must continue on behalf of the franchise"

that mermaid thing

Look, I totally dig the whole “PLEASE CAST CHANNING TATUM AS THE MERMAID IN A SPLASH REMAKE” thing but I would also like to submit the following for maximum mermaid goodness.


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Sebastian Stan

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Chris Evans

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Jason Momoa (I mean he’s already Aquaman, right?)

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Oscar Isaac

Also, here’s the guy I would totally nominate to be Neptune/Triton/Mermaid King Daddy:

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(Feel free to add more mermaid siblings for mermaid Channing okay?)


Movies of 2013(5/9) Fast & Furious 6

“Father thank you for the gathering of friends, Father we give thanks for all the choices we’ve made because that’s what makes us who we are, let us forever cherish the loved ones we’ve lost along the way; thank you for the little angel, the newest addition to our family, thank you for bringing Letty home, and most of all thank you for fast cars!.“


Furious 7 was just brilliant. Anyone who has been a fan of the series will not be disappointed. The action is honestly unbelievable, and the new film truly elevated everything. The true message of each of these films has always been about family and that does not change in the new installment. I can not express how bittersweet this one is. Seeing Paul Walker play Brian O’Connor one last time will gut you, and the last scene is breathtaking. “I live my life a quarter mile at a time, and you do too. That’s why we’re brothers. No matter where you are, whether it’s a quarter mile away or halfway across the world, you’ll always be with me, and you’ll always be my brother.” - Dominic Toretto

preciousmila  asked:

still doing the game? 💘 🎥 😍 🍴

- Top 5 celebrity crushes?

Jessica Chastain, Katherine Waterston, Dwayne Johnson, Luke Evans, Brie Larson

- Top 5 favorite movies?

Blazing Saddles, Inglourious Basterds, The Princess Bride, Steve Jobs, 12 Years a Slave

- Do you have a crush?


- Favorite food(s) to eat?

Spaghetti and meatballs, BLTs, fried chicken, french fries

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Can they do it? The Rock, Chris Evans, Ellen Degeneres, Bryce Dallas Howard and others try to name all seven dwarfs.

While The Rock’s list is hilarious, I am 0% surprised that Chris Evans just fires the list off given his Disney obsession. 

Fast & Furious 8?

Can Universal keep the family together?Furious 7’s $392.3 million worldwide bow has made an eighth film in the racing saga a near certainty. But significant speed bumps exist. “Honestly, we’re just bathing in the success of this,” producer Neal Moritz tells THR. “We’ll probably get together in a week or so to talk.”

Universal chairman Donna Langley said in 2014 that the studio would like to make 10 films, and according to multiple sources, that remains the plan. But no writer has been hired for the next outing — not that the lack of a script has held back the franchise before. The films tend to be designed backward: After a release date is set, producer-star Vin Diesel, 47, considered the keeper of the flame, works with scribe Chris Morgan, Moritz and a director to hash out a story, coming up with elaborate set pieces then fleshing out a narrative to connect the sequences.

At this point, however, the director’s chair seems to be vacant. Furious 7 helmer James Wan, 38, originally had signed a two-picture option when he joined the franchise, but after the grueling shoot that was required after the death of Paul Walker midway through production in 2013, he was released to make The Conjuring 2. Sources say he’s set to shoot New Line’s horror follow-up in October, so Universal could wait until he has completed work on that film (“I’m open to anything at this point,” Wan tells THR), but it’s also possible the studio will bring on someone else. Justin Lin, who guided the franchise through installments three to six, is busy with Star Trek 3. The studio is getting calls from agents, but a shortlist of possible directors isn’t circling yet.

“[The story] is going to have to be something enticing for all of us,” says Moritz. “It has to be as good as or better [than Furious 7].” Insiders say some ensemble veterans have run through their options, so new installments would have to be renegotiated. Ditto for Dwayne Johnson, who joined with Fast Five and whose deals are on a film-by-film basis. (For Furious 7, he shot only 10 days.)

Some of the newer castmembers, including vil­lains, do have options. And Luke Evans, who appears in Furious 7 in a brief nonspeaking scene, is said to have an option with the studio for another movie, though it doesn’t have to be a Fast film. Universal’s first move will be to plant a flag on a release date, which could come as early as the CinemaCon convention in late April.