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Fast & Furious 6 (aka Rapides et Dangeureux)


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Pour ma part la série ne fait que de régresser depuis le premier opus.

Ce qui était bien dans les premiers c'est qu'il y avait une logique, du moins les films flirtaient avec notre réalité, évidemment toujours exagérée. Maintenant c'est beaucoup trop et on a perdu le côté tuning pour gagner en action. On garde les petits culs, c'est déjà ça.

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Ok, j'étais en train de naviguer sur Wikipedia et je suis tombé sur des spoilers pour Fast and Furious 6 et le futur de la franchise:

Rumors said Statham would appear in Fast and Furious 6 (2013) but this was denied, since he turned down the offer.

However, it was later confirmed he would cameo in Fast 6 and be the main antagonist of Fast and Furious 7.

He would portray Ian Shaw, the brother of antagonist in Fast 6, Owen Shaw.

Around the time when Fast Five was hitting the home video market, reports surfaced about the next franchise installments, with rumors indicating that Jason Statham may be the next high profile star to join the franchise.

As it turned out, Brit actor Luke Evans nabbed the role Statham was thought to take initially and Fast & Furious 6 was shot by itself. According to today’s big scoop from AICN, much of that initial plan may actually hold true.

According to their sources, at the end of Fast & Furious 6, when Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and Brian O’Conner (Paul Walker)’s team of stunt drivers successfully help out Luke Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) in taking down Owen Shaw (Luke Evans) in exchange for their freedom, there’s an additional scene that leads into Fast & Furious 7.

It may end up being a post-credits sequence much like the tease of Letty (Michelle Rodriguez) returning in the Fast Five button, but this one starts with an inside-car view of someone’s hands on a steering wheel of a parked car, with Japanese voices coming though a police scanner in the vehicle. An external shot reveal it to be a custom reinforced Mercedes-Benz S-Class.

The scanner asks for all units to respond to a car chase between a black and orange Mazda RX-7 and a grey Nissan 350Z, and so the Mercedes books it in pursuit. We still don’t see the driver but the Mercedes is running parallel on another street to the high-speeding Mazda and Nissan, before cutting left, onto the same road, and sideswiping the Mazda, flipping it as a result, with practically no damage to the Mercedes.

The mystery Mercedes stops and out steps… Jason Statham, as Ian Shaw, brother to Luke Evans’ character. He walks up to the flipped over Mazda RX-7 and in it sits Han Seul-Oh (Sung Kang). That’s right. The franchise has come full circle and merged with The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, director Justin Lin’s first entry into the series (he’s directed every installment since).

Mind blown? FYI, this isn’t Jensen Ames Statham from Death Race or Frank Martin Statham from the Transporter series or Handsome Rob Statham from The Italian Job, this is Ian Shaw Statham from Fast & Furious, typecast car skills included.

We can therefore assume the grey Nissan is The Drift King Takashi’s (Brian Tee) ride. Will Lucas Black return to the franchise as Sean Boswell?

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2 Fast 2 Furious.

sans oublier Fast Five !

@JF j'ai lu et être spoilé sur F&F me dérange pas plus que ça, tout ce qui compte au final c'est de voir des grololos et des caisses tunées intruk'dehouf. On verra comment ça va tourner mais ça serait bien que l'histoire entrecoupée avec Tokyo Drift se goupille un minimum correctement, ce qui reste à avoir.

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