New ‘Fast Five’ Trailer Knees Gravity In The Taint From Behind

Move over Cars 2 trailer. Your reign as today's most exciting auto-centric film trailer has come to an end. Move over Cars 2 trailer. Your reign as today's most exciting auto-centric film trailer has come to an end. Behold the latest trailer for Fast Five. It gives us all the things you'd expect from this film. Fast cars chasin faster cars, fast cars speeding alongside trains, people hanging out of fast cars, people making out while driving fast cars, Vin Diesel and The Rock sweating and rolling around on top of one another', Ludacris being sassy, gatlin guns, base jumping out of plummeting cars, and the crew walking in slow motion on a beach while wearing white outfits. It's just like the previous films mixed together with a little sprinkle of Boyz II Men video added for taste.

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