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Talking Mass Destruction With The 'Fast Five' Crew

Just how many cars were destroyed, director Justin Lin? I had the chance to sit down with Fast Five director Justin Lin in Rio de Janeiro and discuss how he totally destroyed a crapload of cars in the film. Tyrese, Ludacris, and the fantastically gorgeous Elsa Pataky also talk about the relationships on set. The intensity of the footage has nothing on my intro though. I could have sworn I was more enthusiastic during the taping. Perhaps I was just terrified of falling over the railing and tumbling all the way down Sugar Loaf.


Paul Walker Borrows Mom's Car In 'Vehicle 19' Trailer

More like Paul Driver. Vehicle 19 seems to start out as most Paul Walker movies do with Paul Walker getting out of prison and having his plans of walking the line messed up by getting into some trouble that requires him to drive quickly. However, this time there's a twist. In Vehicle 19, Paul Walker MUST. DRIVE. A. MINIVAN. How is he supposed to protect a key witness from a villainous police force and blow stuff up without a vehicle capable of speed boosts and drifting? This is the most embarrassing thing to happen to a cast member of The Fast and the Furious since Vin Diesel had to drive that minivan in The Pacifier. At this point, he's done so many driving movies, I'm not certain he really has legs. O, the irony of being a Walker.


'Fast Five' Interactive Trailer: Click All Over Jordana Brewster

In this trailer for 'Fast Five', you click on stuff and info videos pop-up. Click, click, click. Fun. Traditional movie trailers are broken. When you click on the trailer for, say, Bridesmaids, a mini-video doesn't pop up showing how embarrassed Jon Hamm was to be in the film. Luckily, the folks at Fast Five created a fix to this decades-old problem. Thank you, Vin Diesel and friends. Above is an interactive trailer for Fast Five. You click on stuff and info videos pop-up. There's also a game element, where you try to unlock safes or something. The point is: clicking on trailers is fun. Click, click, click. Fun. You'll see Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson, Paul Walker and Jordana Brewster in extended clips and behind-the-scenes videos. You'll also learn a lot more about the cars. Of course, that's if you bother to watch the info videos, and aren't just rapid-clicking to find the vaults, like I was doing. I play to win. Fast Five rolls into theaters April 29, 2011.


'Fast & Furious 7' Trailer Isn't Messing Around

That was awesome. The first trailer for Fast & Furious 7 begins by showing the team drive their cars out of a plane and parachute onto a mountain highway where they use grappling hooks to rip the back off an armored transport bus and rescue a hostage before the bus falls off a cliff while Paul Walker runs dramatically on top of it and leaps onto the back of Michelle Rodriguez's car at the last second. It's all very thrilling and something Scorpion should aspire to. For all the reports that Fast & Furious 7 had scripting problems following the untimely death of Paul Walker, this sequence seems like the perfect opportunity to write his character out of the script. Simply, have his parachuting car land in a tree. Then show Vin Diesel receiving a text that says, "Landed in tree. I'll just hang here. Good luck with the mission. - Brian." I don't know why they felt they needed to complicate things. Amongst the exhilarating stunts, is perhaps the most exciting thing you'll ever see in a movie. It concerns the Rock regarding the plaster cast on his broken arm. He mutters, "Daddy's gotta go to work," then breaks the cast off his arm by flexing before uppercut-punching Jason Statham through a window. As far as I'm concerned, this movie has no script problems.


‘Fast Five’ Teaser Trailer Is Mission: In-freaking-sanity

I decided to creep Vin Diesel's Facebook page for the first time in my life today, and as random fate would have it, I found the teaser trailer for Fast Five. I decided to creep Vin Diesel's Facebook page for the first time in my life today, and as random fate would have it, I found the teaser trailer for Fast Five. Finally, a high-octane look at The Rock dressed as a West Hollywood genie in hot pursuit of Diesel and his muscle car army. The plan was to have Vin release this to his 20 million Facebook fans first, and the Paul Walker, Ludacris, and everyone else would post it to their own pages. Vin always goes first. In trailers and in line for lunch. Dude won't eat chili mac at room temperature.


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.


First Two Minutes Of 'Rio' Makes Me Reconsider The Ethics Of Bird Hunting

Here's a preview of the animated movie 'Rio.' The upcoming 'Rio' version of Angry Birds for iPhone sounds more promising, because maybe I'll get to destroy these fowl pheasants. Fox just released the first two minutes of their upcoming animated film Rio. The overly cheerful singing, the obnoxiously bright colors, the cute wittle baby bird who's just wearning how to fwy... Now I wish I was a bird, so I'd have the claws to claw my god damn eyes out. If you're really into The Enchanted Tiki Room at Disneyland, and not in a let's-get-high-and-laugh-at-how-retarded-this-is way, then this 3D movie is clearly for you. Rio is directed by Carlos Saldanha, who did all the Ice Age movies and Robots. So after this clip, that's really bad sign #2. However, a few promising elements are soaring above the mess of bird shit. The cast includes Jesse Eisenberg, Neil Patrick Harris and Anne Hathaway. Also, the plot doesn't sound too terrible: “A nerdy macaw who leaves the comforts of his cage in small town Minnesota and heads to Rio de Janeiro. He embarks on the adventure of a lifetime, learning to open himself up to all that life has to offer along the way.” Actually, the coolest sounding news surrounding Rio is that Rovio is making a Rio-themed sequel to their Angry Birds iPhone game. I'm an Angry Birds addict, so the thought of using these cloying birds as living weapons to destroy pigs in towers has me excited. Sexually excited? Let's not go there, but yes. Wait, I just read a little further and apparently you use the original Angry Birds to rescue the characters from Rio. So... now I'm thinking it's time to take my 28 gauge out of the tool shack, cause I'm declaring this bird season. (/Film and TheWrap)