Vin Diesel's Dominic Toretto attends Han's (Sung Kang) funeral in a new photo from the set of Fast & Furious 7. You can bet that revenge is on the way. Check out this latest image direct from the actor himself, which finds him standing alongside cast mates Paul Walker, Tyrese Gibson and Ludacris."The first week of filming, has been both intense and surreal...P.s. One from set... a more somber moment in Our Saga...
Furious 7 was released April 3rd, 2015.Read More
Actor Sung Kang debuted the latest poster for Fast & Furious 6 on his Twitter page earlier today. This one-sheet features the actor, who plays Han, along with Gal Gadot as Gisele standing next to one of the many tricked-out import cars in this high-octane sequel. Check out this latest one-sheet for director Justin Lin's action-thriller, in theaters May 24.
It's coming...@fastfurious @galgadot1twitter.com/sungkang/statu…— Sung Kang (@sungkang) April 10, 2013Read More
I'm a big proponent of meaningful movie titles. That's not to say that there has to be some deep-seated, thoughtful meaning behind a title, but it has to mean something, unlike a movie such as Rush Hour, whose title comes from an arbitrary line uttered in the first act. When I hear about a movie like Bullet to the Head, I know immediately what to expect: fight scenes, gunplay, general badass-ness, and the like. Bullet to the Head is not a movie guys will take their girlfriends to. Teenage girls will not wait in line for days on end to see Bullet to the Head on February 1. Bullet to the Head is a motherf*&%ing ACTION movie, and a throwback action movie at that.
The first scene we watched involved a lot of gunplay, right off the bat! Jason Momoa's Keegan walks into a room full of six armed men, calmly asking for the combination to a safe. After killing five of the men, he asks the last man to give him the combination, which he does... just before Keegan finishes him off. Shortly after this scene, we saw one of the "deceased" actors walk by, his wardrobe stained with fake blood from the squibs. For some demented reason, this brought a smile to my face. It surprised me to learn that this was Jason Momoa's first film where he had to fire a gun, and no, that's not counting the laser he brandished as Ronon Dex in Stargate: Atlantis.Read More
Warner Bros. announced the Todd Phillips-produced comedy Project X will hit theaters on March 2, 2012, and the Sylvester Stallone action drama Bullet to the Head is slated for an April 13, 2012 release.
Project X was previously set for a November 23 release this year, although it isn't known why the release date shift was made. The comedy, directed by Nima Nourizadeh, will go up against the Universal Pictures animated tale The Lorax and Paramount Pictures' action-comedy Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters on March 2, 2012. The comedy stars Miles Teller and revolves around a high school party which spirals out of control, which is all caught on video.Read More
Late last month, news surfaced that Thomas Jane was in the process of being fired from Headshot because Joel Silver wanted to pair star Sylvester Stallone with an African-American actor to replicate the mixed-race buddy scenario he found success with in such past films as Lethal Weapon and The Last Boy Scout.
There has been no official word on Thomas Jane being let go from his contract, but yesterday Fast Five and Ninja Assassin star Sung Kang joined the project, and many speculate that he will be taking on the role previously held by Jane. The title of this Walter Hill directed action flick was also dropped and remains untitled for the time being.Read More
The boys may eventually wind up in a ditch somewhere, but not today! Universal Pictures has released the first full-length trailer for this spring's hottest, sexiest ride Fast Five. Director Justin Lin reunites Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and Brian O'Conner (Paul Walker) with some of the franchise's heaviest hitters including Mia Toretto (Jordana Brewster), Roman Pearce (Tyrese Gibson), Tej (Ludacris), and Han (Sung Kang), who are all being ruthlessly pursued by newcomer Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson). You can check out the all-new, high-octane footage in the clip below, as well as the debut of the international poster.
Fast Five was released April 29th, 2011.Read More
Tyrese Gibson stars as Roman Pearce Yesterday, we continued to take you behind-the-scenes of our recent visit to the set of Fast Five in Atlanta, Georgia, which opens in theaters on April 29th. The film is the fifth installment of the popular street-racing series, The Fast and the Furious. The new movie will feature Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, and Jordana Brewster reprising their roles, but it will also include the return of actors from throughout the series such as Sung Kang from The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift and Fast & Furious, Tyrese Gibson and Ludacris from 2 Fast 2 Furious, Matt Schulze from The Fast and the Furious, and Gal Gadot from Fast & Furious.
The new movie will pick up just a few months after the ending of the last film, which featured Brian (Walker) and Mia (Brewster) breaking Dom (Diesel) out of police custody. The trio, are now hiding in Rio and resurface when an opportunity arises to clear their names. But in order to pull of the job, they will need to put together an all-star team of drivers, which include many familiar faces from the previous films. But things take a turn for the worst when they realize that a crooked businessman wants them dead. Unfortunately, he isn't the only one after our crew. Federal agent Luke Hobbs, played by Dwayne Johnson (Faster), is assigned to bring Brian and Dom to justice ... no matter what it takes. But as Hobbs gets closer to his goal, and ultimately bumping heads with Dom and Brian, he realizes that not everything is as it seems and no one can be trusted.Read More