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TWO more Fast & Furious Flicks?
Vin Diesel says it's looking that way

12 January 2010  |  Written by James White  |  Source: Facebook

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After the success of Fast And Furious last year, it was only natural that plans for a sequel would rev up. But now, according to Vin Diesel, the idea is to drum up not one, but two new entries to the high octane series.
 
Tapping away at an update to his fan page on Facebook, the man himself says,  "If 2009's Fast And Furious was chapter one, what writer Chris Morgan just delivered is Chapter 2 and chapter 3.

"I have never been submitted a two story saga from a studio before... it is very exciting, and shows a commitment level that is hard not to respond to."
 
He doesn't give away an awful lot about the new plans - though you'd figure Paul Walker might be involved in some way - but he does try to ramp up our enthusiasm.

"Excited about the sexy locations the filming of this sag...a would take us... this novel like story, that has twists and unexpected turns that is authentic, truthful and challenging to the characters."
 
Hhhm… Novel-like story? Authentic, truthful and challenging to the characters? Doesn't sound like The Fast And The Furious franchise to us, Vin… 
 

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Shoot me now... More

Posted by Jenzy at 12:39 on 13 January 2010 | Report This Post

sexy locations? More

Posted by shaunoc at 15:54 on 12 January 2010 | Report This Post

Hmmm, I really didn't like the last Fast & Furious movie and it's probably all Diesels fault, because Tokyo Drift was actually pretty fun (it would have been better if they killed Lucas Blacks American accent) :-) More

Posted by Bluehawk at 14:24 on 12 January 2010 | Report This Post

1 and 4 were a gr8 bit of fun (neva a big fan of 2 and 3 isn't worth mentioning) but yeh i'm up for this if they keep walker n Diesel and continue to bring the noise like number 4 did! More

Posted by plum bob at 13:28 on 12 January 2010 | Report This Post

bring it on!
I love the cheese fest that is the F&F franchise More

Posted by dob69 at 12:47 on 12 January 2010 | Report This Post

RE: Shut up, just shut up!
sowasred2012 - Wow hostile, You're welcome to this banal moronic CGI Piss, christ if you want a decent car film go watch "The Driver" - Pisses over Vin's attempts from a GREAT height More

Posted by 62Parker at 12:03 on 12 January 2010 | Report This Post

i would watch them. but i wouldn't pay to go to the cinema and see them. More

Posted by rockafella01 at 10:52 on 12 January 2010 | Report This Post

This is no surprise really considering how Fast & Furious ended. I quite enjoyed the film and if the next sequels are of the same quality, i'm all for it. I don't see a problem of these kind of films being made. People enjoy them. More

Posted by Leeorami 2.0 at 09:52 on 12 January 2010 | Report This Post

Shut up, just shut up!
You had me at the headline. The previous four were all as dumb as fuck, but they were tons of fun and I'm certainly looking forward to these. More

Posted by sowasred2012 at 09:47 on 12 January 2010 | Report This Post

surely there are other scripts dropping through Vin's door, I appreciate the fact that he has to capitalise on this success because all of his other recent films have been so woeful, but please Vin, let it go!!!!! More

Posted by 62Parker at 09:11 on 12 January 2010 | Report This Post

The Old & The Odious
Christ, they're really beating this franchise to death. You can only drive a car at light speed so many times before the thrill is gone. More

Posted by BenTramer at 07:54 on 12 January 2010 | Report This Post


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