The 2001 hit Vin Diesel-Paul Walker movie that started it all is heading back to select theaters on June 22.
Vin Diesel confirmed the title of the next "Fast and Furious" film, which boldly ditches the word "furious" once and for all.
Vin Diesel and actors from the film franchise, several of whom appear virtually in the new Studio Tour addition, turned out to celebrate the launch in high-speed style.
"You get to say goodbye to somebody very, very special," Michelle Rodriguez says, referring to the late Paul Walker.
Announcing its June 25 premiere, the theme park goes behind the scenes of the new attraction in a video that features Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson, Michelle Rodriguez and Tyrese Gibson.
Joseph Illidge examines the call for new heroes in light of "Fast and Furious" actress Michelle Rodriguez's controversial comments.
"Furious 7" star speaks out about the lack of original minority superheroes having their own Hollywood franchises, shooting down Green Lantern talk.
Although it clocks in at just one minute, the latest trailer squeezes in new footage and turns the spotlight on franchise veteran Vin Diesel.
For evidence that Vin Diesel's car jump between skyscrapers may not be the most gloriously ridiculous stunt in Furious 7, look no further than the new trailer.
Big explosions and even bigger car stunts mark the trailer for Furious 7, starring Vin Diesel, Paul Walker and Dwayne Johnson.
Robert Rodriguez makes an appearance in a new crop of Machete Kills images that also includes Amber Heard, Michelle Rodriguez, Charlie Sheen and Lady Gaga.
CBR senior editor and Fast & Furious super-fan Stephen Gerding explains what newcomers need to know before watching this weekend's new installment.
The final trailer for the Fast & Furious 6 has debuted, giving a better look at the action and suspense in the latest franchise film, starring Dwayne Johnson, Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Michelle Rodriguez and more.