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New Fast & Furious Poster
Vrooom, screech, roar etc

23 December 2008  |  Written by James Dyer  |  Source: MTV

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There's a certain level of jaded cynicism regarding Fast & Furious. It could be that it's the fourth film in a series that tailed off after the first. It could also be that, even though all the original stars have finally returned, none of their careers went quite as stratospheric as they'd perhaps hoped when they first jumped ship. Despite all that , though, we remain hopeful about Justin Lin's follow-up.

Lest we forget, The Fast & The Furious was a thoroughly enjoyable, if largely brainless, Point Break remake and, aside from Riddick in Pitch Black, Diesel was at his rumbling best as petrol-head street thug, Dom Toretto. That he, Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster and Paul Walker have returned should let us pick up where Rob Cohen left off and pretend 2 Fast 2 Furious and Tokyo Drift never even happened. A lot like Highlander 3 did, really, only with less Mario Van Peebles.

New Fast & Furious Poster
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Your Comments

It's okay but...
This poster it's okay but...it should be the poster of something else that not is the faces of the characters from the reflection of the car.However I will see this movie when it's in theaters More

Posted by Eyeshield21 at 13:30 on 29 December 2008 | Report This Post

Love both
Love the poster and love the tagline! I hate people saying the reflection does not bend at the right angles or whatever. That is a great poster. FF4, im there! More

Posted by vineethchacko at 04:54 on 24 December 2008 | Report This Post

'its a poster, who gives a shit'. No truer words have ever been spoken More

Posted by tdw2782 at 00:57 on 24 December 2008 | Report This Post

take it easy!"
yeah tokyo drift was shite, they could of kept the drift theme which was a good injection, but havin a school boy and the yakoosa was fuckin lame. 2 fast 2 furious was still a good movie, i dont know how people can knock it. the fourth film i will definately be goin to the cinema to see, { if it goes ther?} paul walker is as much a player in the film as vin. and by the way, ' IT'S A POSTER! WHO GIVES A SHIT AS LONG AS THE FILMS GOOD! I thought Marlon Brando was an ugly git on the front cover of More

Posted by richie fingers at 21:07 on 23 December 2008 | Report This Post

I like the poster, mainly because it's got a nice bulging V8 popping out the bonnet. I know most people don't appreciate that, but as a car enthusiast, I do. More

Posted by Leeorami 2.0 at 13:46 on 23 December 2008 | Report This Post

Oh come on
All three films were the definition of guilty pleasures. I stand by them as such. More

Posted by sowasred2012 at 13:27 on 23 December 2008 | Report This Post

Meh! I suppose the first one was alright. I might see this on DVD but I ain't payin 6 quid for cinema tickets that's for sure. As for the poster, I think Hollywood posters are getting some simple and more consceptual. I think this is a good thing. Not sure this is good example mind you! More

Posted by Big Red at 13:17 on 23 December 2008 | Report This Post

Why so serious?
Why are they staring at the car? Why do they look so angry? Two words. Bird shit. More

Posted by tdw2782 at 13:13 on 23 December 2008 | Report This Post

Stylish poster and...
...i actually think the tagline is pretty damn good actually. More

Posted by Knightmonkey at 12:59 on 23 December 2008 | Report This Post

Couldn't be less interested about this. Which begs the question, why did I read the article? And why did I then bother to post a comment? More

Posted by muchobenny at 12:35 on 23 December 2008 | Report This Post

Nice but..
That is a nice poster. Shame about the tagline More

Posted by Karl Crutchley at 12:09 on 23 December 2008 | Report This Post

Say what a you want about the films but...
...this is a great poster. More

Posted by Cameron1975Williams at 11:51 on 23 December 2008 | Report This Post

Is it wrong of me to be really excited about this film? More

Posted by lukeyboy at 11:10 on 23 December 2008 | Report This Post

Why do Hollywood movies so often come with absolutely horrendous posters? The "reflection" of the cast on the bonnet of this car looks like it was shat out in five minutes. More

Posted by wooz at 10:54 on 23 December 2008 | Report This Post

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