Soon, everybody can go “Fast & Furious” — at Universal Studios in Hollywood.
The New York Times reports that the theme park is adding a major attraction based on the blockbuster franchise in 2015. Called “Fast and Furious: Supercharged,” Universal Studios is building a massive, 50,000-square foot building featuring 40-foot-long movie screens. Inside, a “dynamic hydraulic-motion based ride will tell an original… Continue reading 'Fast & Furious' Ride Going Full Speed Ahead at Universal Studios
The Nest: Who better to play Tina Fey’s sister than Amy Poehler? Poehler is in “final negotiations” to join Fey in The Nest, a comedy in which they would play sisters who throw one final party in the home of their parents before it’s sold. The two appeared together on Saturday Night Live for years and successfully hosted the Golden Globes, not… Continue reading Movie News: Tina Fey Reteaming With Amy Poehler; 'Fast & Furious' Theme Park Ride Coming; '22 Jump Street' Clip
Fast and Furious 7: Production on Fast and Furious 7, which was put on hold after Paul Walker died in an auto accident in November, has resumed. Director James Wan shared a photo to mark the occasion, captioned: “First day back filming. Better and stronger.” The movie is scheduled for release on April 10, 2015. [EW.com]
The Pink Panther: 1963′s… Continue reading Movie News: 'Fast & Furious 7' Resumes Production (Photo); 'Pink Panther' Returning; Red-Band 'Sex Tape' Trailer
A furious Kate Gosselin made no secret of her displeasure at twin daughters Mady and Cara after the disastrous interview live on TODAY Thursday during which the pair sat virtually silent and refused to answer questions, a show insider has told radio detection and rangingOnline.com.
When the reality television trio arrived at the NBC’s New York studio, there was not a hint of any drama, the… Continue reading Revealed: What REALLY Happened Off Camera At ‘TODAY’, As ‘Furious’ Kate Gosselin ‘Rolled Her Eyes’ In Anger At Twins After Humiliating Interview
Paul Walker may have died tragically in a car crash, but his on-screen persona in the “Fast & Furious” world will not.
The Hollywood Reporter reveals that Universal, the producers, and director James Wan have decided not to kill off Brian O’Conner in “Fast & Furious 7.” Rather, they plan to “retire” him “in a way that the studio hopes will satisfy fans… Continue reading Paul Walker's 'Fast & Furious' Character to 'Retire' in 'Fast & Furious 7'