Poster for newly titled ‘Furious 7′ + Trailer on November 1st

"Furious 7" Teaser Poster

"Furious 7" Teaser Poster

THE MOVIE: Director Justin Lin is stepping down from his post for now and is passing the baton to Saw and Insidious filmmaker James Wan, who will supposedly put a “gritty, ’70s revenge thriller” vibe on the next installment. Here’s an official plot tidbit: After Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his crew helped take down Owen Shaw, his brother Ian Shaw (Jason Statham) now wants revenge. Furious 7 (aka Fast and Furious 7) has a new release date set for April 3, 2015

In addition to Vin Diesel and Jason Statham, Furious 7 stars Dwayne Johnson, Paul Walker, Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster, Tyrese Gibson, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, Lucas Black, Kurt Russell, Tony Jaa and Djimon Hounsou.

Updates: In honor of Paul Walker, Universal will donate some of the proceeds from the upcoming Fast & Furious 6 Blu-ray & DVD release to Walker’s charity Reach Out WorldWide. As far as the future of Furious 7, there has been some talk about scrapping the current storyline and moving the plot into a completely new direction.

THR reports that Chris Morgan, Furious 7′s screenwriter, is revising the script that could make use of scenes that were shot before Walker’s death. If the plan works, production may resume by late January. | THR (via Collider) reports that Walker’s character Brian O’Conner will not be killed off in Furious 7, but will instead be retired “in a way that the studio hopes will satisfy fans of the franchise and make use of the exciting footage of Walker.”

According to an official statement from F7′s Facebook page, Paul Walker’s real life brothers will step in as doubles for the late actor; there are several reports that Cody Walker (one of Walker’s real brothers) may be joining future installments of Fast and Furious as Brian O’Connor’s (Paul Walker) younger brother.

BREAKING NEWS: Furious 7 (formerly known as Fast and Furious 7) has a new promotional poster. Also, in  7 days (November 1st), Universal will reveal the film’s first trailer at The Road to Furious 7: Trailer Launch Event at Universal Studios in Los Angeles.

Cityonfire.com is hoping you can take a minute to check out www.FrankandBeanz.com, a doggie apparel website that has just released their Fast & the Furrious clothing line. Part of the proceeds will be donated to Paul Walker’s charity, Reach Out World Wide (ROWW).

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6 Responses to Poster for newly titled ‘Furious 7′ + Trailer on November 1st

  1. Nick says:

    Having Statham come in to be the villain was a genius move. He’s known for many driving roles in his past films: Transporter series, The Italian Job, Death Race, Crank to an extent. He’s one of those actors that just looks badass behind the wheel of a car. Not to mention the guy can put on quite a show in hand-to-hand combat. I haven’t really seen these movies, but over the course of this year, I will watch them all just so I can see F&F7 in theaters.

  2. SHOAIBSHEIKH says:

    SCOTT FOR FAST 7 BESTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT

  3. Deseo que Scott Adkins encarne un personaje protagonico en Rápidos y Furiosos 7 el cual se una al grupo en el que esta Roman Pearce y pelee contra los villanos, por que puede realizar escenas impresionantes de acción.

  4. STDZ says:

    This is not how I wanted to see Jaa enter Hollywood, by being in some franchise as a character in the 7th movie. Asians usually don’t make it too far in hollywood anyway, I’d rather he just keep making Thai martial arts movie than try to shoot a gun for 5 minutes in a Fast and Furious movie. Pehw..

  5. HKFanatic says:

    I’m glad Paul Walker’s character will be allowed to drive off into the sunset, so to speak.

  6. Ambrosiny julies says:

    Am glant to hear that the fast furious 7 will be out soön from now, big up all fast furious crew and i salute all for a good movie, bt what a bout susan lee?

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