‘Furious 8’ First Poster Released!

‘Furious 8’ First Poster Released!
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Lead actor Vin Diesel was the first to release the initial poster of the “Furious 8” movie.


On Tuesday, Vin Diesel posted the “Furious 8” poster on Facebook, which features his role Dominic Toretto looking at looking ahead at an empty road.

This suggests Dominic Toretto’s longing for the late Paul Walker’s character Brian O’ Conner in the “Fast and the Furious” movie series.  Paul Walker died due to a car accident on November 2013, The Hollywood Life said.

“New roads ahead,” the text on the poster reads.

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“Furious 8” is set to reach theaters in April 14, 2017 with its full-packed cast members.

Apart from Vin Diesel, the “Furious 8” cast also includes Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Jordana Brewster, Ludacris, and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.

The eight installation of “The Fast & the Furious” also features new villain, “Mad Max: Fury Road” star Charlize Theron and Scott Eastwood.

Meanwhile, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has formally welcomed Charlize Theron to the growing cast of “Fast & the Furious.”

“When you look at the movie poster and you look to the left, you look to the right, I’m like, ‘Fellas, we need some more women in here, man. We got to change this thing up a bit,'” he said, as told by E! Online.

“We have bits and pieces of power women in it, but we needed to bring it up a notch. [We were] looking into the Ronda Rouseys — Michelle Rodriguez has been holding it down since day one — but we got Jordana Brewster and Charlize, we’re really stepping it up.”

Vin Diesel previously revealed that “The Fast & the Furious” films will be having a trilogy.

“Fast 9” and “Fast 10” will be shown in April 19, 2019 and April 2, 2021.

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