Few movie franchises have had such an amazing ride as The Fast and the Furious. The racing crime action flick was a surprise smash in , making Vin Diesel an instant star. He bowed out of the sequel, 2 Fast 2 Furious which was still a success. However, Tokyo Drift was seen as a failure and that seemed to be the end of it.
By Yana Kay. Though Fast and Furious 7 recently wrapped, the year-old actress returned to the set to film a few re-shoots on Saturday. The star looked amazing as she showed off her slender frame in a skin tight tank top and skinny jeans. Michelle's skin was covered in black dots and her clothes were taped up with coloured dots for computer generated imagery, or CGI, a technique used to create special effects. After finishing work for the day, Michelle headed to the Chateau Marmont hotel wearing a fringed leather jacket which she teamed with skinny black jeans and beige suede ankle boots. Workin' it! Special effects: Michelle's skin was covered in black dots and her clothes were taped up with colored dots for computer generated imagery, or CGI. The make-up free star looked lovely, letting her natural beauty do the talking. She wrote: 'Ride or Die through thick and thin 15 yrs later surreal to think we made it through such a tough painful production.
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By Iona Kirby. Michelle Rodriguez was either feeling at one with nature or merely seeking attention on Tuesday. The actress shared a photo on her Instagram page in which she was completely naked. The image showed the Fast And Furious star in the nude while sitting cross-legged in the lotus position on a grassy lawn. Baring all: Michelle Rodriguez shared a photo on Instagram on Tuesday which showed her stark naked while meditating.
The studio has also released a first look poster for the film, which you can see below along with the new clip. Full trailer drops this Friday, — January 31st. TheFastSaga F9 pic. From Arnold Schwarzenegger to Dwayne Johnson, action stars who have wanted to take a break from intense action movies have frequently turned to family-friendly comedies, which allows them to reach a more mainstream audience. But starring with a child co-star a third your age and size means you'll have to wear a tutu or dance like a doofus and maybe fall in something slimy. Wrestler-turned-action-star John Cena is the latest to make this pivot with "Playing With Fire," opening this weekend.