Guns? Check. Muscles? Check. Pouting? Triple check.
"Fast Six" is just about a month into production, and it looks like our favorite illegal road-racers are ready for a big fight.
Vin Diesel has posted some of first official pictures from the film to his Facebook page (via The Playlist). We're not sure what Diesel and the characters played by Paul Walker and Dwayne Johnson are heading off to in these pictures, but they certainly look ready for war.
"Proud of Our team," Diesel wrote on his official Facebook. "You really see the difference in the finished product when everyone, from crew to cast is striving to make magic. Blessed."
Who says that the movie-making business has to be all work and no play? Vin Diesel, Paul Walker and Justin Lin seem to have missed the memo, because they look to be having a great time in the newest set photo for "Fast Six."
The image was tweeted by the "Fast and Furious 6" official Twitter account, teasing that "production has begun!" That's great news for fans of the franchise as the series returned to its roots in 2009's "Fast & Furious" by bringing back Diesel and Walker and has stuck to them ever since. Of course, the action films have also brought newcomers into the fold like Dwayne Johnson and badass leading lady Gina Carano.
Dwayne Johnson just might be the person who is most excited about the release of "Fast Six."
His inclusion in last year's "Fast Five" helped revitalize the franchise, and he's been gushing about his excitement for the sequel seemingly since it was announced. Now filming has begun on the movie, and he's been tweeting up a storm to tease fans about the sixth installment of the "Fast and the Furious" franchise.
"'Beast & the Beauty'.. Me & my FAST 6 partner in ass kickins (and fun) @ginacarano #BadAssChick," Johnson tweeted along with the above picture.
The "Fast and the Furious" franchise is one of the modern Hollywood series that seemingly gets more popular as it goes along. The latest installment -- "Fast Five" -- became one of the more beloved chapters of the decade-long series, and also introduced Dwayne Johnson as a new member of the crew.
MTV News caught up with Johnson while he was promoting another movie series he joined late in the game -- "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" -- and asked him about his involvement in the next two "Fast" movies. From what we knew here at MTV headquarters, "Fast 6" and "Fast 7" were going to shoot back-to-back, but Johnson explained that plan has since been scrapped.
"I don't think we're going to shoot them back-to-back," he said.
The day is here – the day that the fifth installment in “The Fast and the Furious” franchise pulls into American theatres. “Fast Five” has been lauded as both true to the original and an exciting evolution for the franchise, and we’re going to break it down for you.
With the opening of “Fast Five” today in U.S. theatres, it’s a sequel that a lot of people didn’t think would ever happen. The 2001 car racing film “The Fast and the Furious” succeeded past critics and insiders’ wildest dreams, and this new installment takes this pack of racers into what could be their final showdown and into a new direction for the franchise. If you compare this film to a vintage car, it’s been classically restored to its showroom condition but has a little bit of modern muscle under the hood. Find out more about the fast-paced flick past the jump.