Director James Wan's highly-anticipated sequel is entering its third week of production in Atlanta.
The actor reveals another photo from the set featuring returning star Lucas Black and director James Wan.
Vin Diesel reveals a more somber moment from this action-packed saga as filming continues in Los Angeles.
The Fast & Furious: Tokyo Drift star has signed a deal that will make him a regular in the popular franchise over the next three movies.
Production is currently under way in Atlanta on director James Wan's highly-anticipated action sequel for Universal Pictures.
Vin Diesel and Paul Walker bring the franchise back to Los Angeles in this high-octane thriller directed by James Wan.
The actress will be a part of Dom's new crew in this sequel scheduled for release July 2014.
The actor is in negotiations for an unspecified role in this high-octane sequel that brings Dom, Brian and the rest of the crew back to Los Angeles.
Director James Wan will shoot in Colorado Springs for a few days in early September that will close down the Pikes Peak Highway.
Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Jason Statham and Ronda Rousey are attached to star in this high-octane sequel from director James Wan.
The Conjuring director shares an update, calling last night's six-hour production meeting for this upcoming sequel epic.
Shooting begins this fall in Atlanta with Vin Diesel, Paul Walker and Jason Statham as the new villain Ian Shaw.
The franchise star reveals that Dom and his crew will go around the globe in the next installment, directed by James Wan.
Franchise star Vin Diesel made the announcement at CinemaCon in Las Vegas earlier today, with production beginning this August.
Justin Lin, who directed the last four films made it clear that he wasn't interested in returning for the sequel at this year's Sundance festival.
The Lincoln Lawyer director Brad Furman and The Karate Kid remake's Harald Zwart are also in the running.
The Fast & Furious 6 director parted ways with the lucrative franchise due to Universal's accelerated schedule.
Vin Diesel confirms that the next installment of the hugely popular franchise is moving forward fast.
Vin Diesel reveals that the storyline currently being worked on is too big to be contained in one movie.