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Has The Villain For 'Fast & Furious 7' Been Spoiled? Plus New Theatrical Trailer For 'Fast & Furious 6'

by Kevin Jagernauth
February 14, 2013 2:37 PM
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Okay crybabies, there will be spoilers below. So don't cry if you still click through and then everything in the universe is ruined for you forever. So with that caveat in mind, let's press forward....

There is probably going to be no movie this summer, nay, this year, more bro-tacular than "Fast & Furious 6." That three-minute trailer was big piece of testosterone served on a pile of steroids and washed down with Monster energy drink. But if you think that provided a big enough preview of the upcoming blockbuster, according to one particular site, there is a massive surprise hiding in the jean short pocket of Vin Diesel's muscle car franchise.

The folks at AICN are claiming that Jason Statham, the once-rumored villain for 'Furious 6' apparently sought for two movies, makes a cameo and will actually serve as the baddie for "Fast & Furious 7." You can read the entire breakdown at the movie site, but in short form, basically either at the end of 'Furious 6' or during the credits, there will be a cut to a scene featuring Jason Statham behind the wheel of a car. He smashes into the side of a car and turns it upside down. Who's in the car? Sung Kang! That's right, we're in the middle of "Fast & Furious: Toyko Drift" (for some reason) and Han dies (as he does in that movie), while Statham -- playing Ian Shawn, brother of 'Furious 6' bad guy Owen Shaw played by Luke Evans -- calls up Dom and warns him he's coming after him or whatever. BOOM.

Whether or not this is true, we'll have to wait and see, and why there is so much adherence to continuity is baffling when the producers have already said, "Fuck it, let's bring Michelle Rodriguez back." Anyway, until then, here's a new theatrical trailer bonerjam that has brief bits of new mantacular action. 

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  • Astral Writer | March 21, 2013 1:03 AMReply

    What this article is conveying: We finally have an actual plot design that makes sense. Now Lucas Black can make a comeback and Han is dead. Fast Six and Seven are going to be huge.

  • Ozzy | February 15, 2013 3:50 AMReply

    That first paragraph is the best thing I've ever read on the Internet. Well done.

  • Alan B | February 15, 2013 2:18 AMReply

    More importantly, this could mean that Lucas Black could appear in the next one: "gadzooks Mr. Diesel, I'd sure love to join you and your gang and the like."

  • Jim | February 14, 2013 4:28 PMReply

    I'm gonna say it : It looks f******* awesome! I LOVED fast five & this trailer is just amazing! Can't wait!

  • FastGod | February 14, 2013 3:09 PMReply

    Ugh, I think I just busted, Statham broing out and fighting The Rock & Diesel. So dope

  • John | February 14, 2013 2:54 PMReply


    Someone's not feeling loved today...C'mere bro...

  • JOE | February 14, 2013 2:48 PMReply

    Man, what a fucking asshole you are. The first paragraph of this article is NOT the way you address the people who read your site.

  • Alan B | February 16, 2013 1:36 AM

    Hey Joe, if you want to bitch about something, then complain about an idiot writer for this site who will drop SPOILERS into reviews because he doesn't like the film and feels as if he can spoil others' fun, too. That guy is a genuine asshole, whilst Kevin Jagernauth is trying to not spoil the film for everyone, even if he is doing it in a douchey way.

  • Jah | February 14, 2013 3:48 PM

    Yeah, they hate you idiots with shitty taste that would be upset by something like this. I mean, it's all meant in fun.

  • James | February 14, 2013 3:34 PM

    Have you never read the site before? That's exactly how they always address the readers, and it's all meant in good fun.

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