‘Fast & Furious 6′ Post-Credits Scene & ‘Fast & Furious 7′ Villain Revealed?

Published 2 years ago by , Updated February 15th, 2013 at 6:47 am,

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During the Super Bowl, Universal Pictures made a big investment towards marketing Fast & Furious 6, buying a 60-second spot for approximately $7.6 million to debut the first Fast & Furious 6 trailer. Considering how big the franchise has become, and the fact that this sequel was in development before Fast Five even hit theaters, it’s not surprising.

The earlier plan was to develop (possibly even shoot) both Fast & Furious 6 and 7 at the same time, and while they’re being shot separately, the latest rumor pays tribute to the notion that the stories are very much connected, in more ways than you might have thought…

Ain’t It Cool News has the scoop on the biggest Fast & Furious related spoiler we’ve ever heard. And while it’s obviously unofficial and unconfirmed at this point, it is exciting and believable – so much so, that we wish we didn’t know.

So be warned, if you read ahead, you will be spoiled and you may just regret it…
















Paul Walker in Fast and Furious 6 Fast & Furious 6 Post Credits Scene & Fast & Furious 7 Villain Revealed?

Around the time when Fast Five was hitting the home video market, reports surfaced about the next franchise installments, with rumors indicating that Jason Statham may be the next high profile star to join the franchise.

As it turned out, Brit actor Luke Evans nabbed the role Statham was thought to take initially and Fast & Furious 6 was shot by itself. According to today’s big scoop from AICN, much of that initial plan may actually hold true.

According to their sources, at the end of Fast & Furious 6, when Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and Brian O’Conner (Paul Walker)’s team of stunt drivers successfully help out Luke Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) in taking down Owen Shaw (Luke Evans) in exchange for their freedom, there’s an additional scene that leads into Fast & Furious 7.

Jason Statham in The Transporter 570x380 Fast & Furious 6 Post Credits Scene & Fast & Furious 7 Villain Revealed?

It may end up being a post-credits sequence much like the tease of Letty (Michelle Rodriguez) returning in the Fast Five button, but this one starts with an inside-car view of someone’s hands on a steering wheel of a parked car, with Japanese voices coming though a police scanner in the vehicle. An external shot reveal it to be a custom reinforced Mercedes-Benz S-Class.

The scanner asks for all units to respond to a car chase between a black and orange Mazda RX-7 and a grey Nissan 350Z, and so the Mercedes books it in pursuit. We still don’t see the driver but the Mercedes is running parallel on another street to the high-speeding Mazda and Nissan, before cutting left, onto the same road, and sideswiping the Mazda, flipping it as a result, with practically no damage to the Mercedes.

The mystery Mercedes stops and out steps… Jason Statham, as Ian Shaw, brother to Luke Evans’ character. He walks up to the flipped over Mazda RX-7 and in it sits Han Seul-Oh (Sung Kang). That’s right. The franchise has come full circle and merged with The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, director Justin Lin’s first entry into the series (he’s directed every installment since).

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Mind blown? FYI, this isn’t Jensen Ames Statham from Death Race or Frank Martin Statham from the Transporter series or Handsome Rob Statham from The Italian Job, this is Ian Shaw Statham from Fast & Furious, typecast car skills included.

We can therefore assume the grey Nissan is The Drift King Takashi’s (Brian Tee) ride. Will Lucas Black return to the franchise as Sean Boswell? Hit me up on Twitter @rob_keyes and let me know if you dig this idea.

Fast & Furious 6 is directed by Justin Lin and stars returnees Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Dwayne Johnson, Jordana Brewster, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Sung Kang, Gal Gadot, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges and Elsa Pataky. The core cast welcomes newcomers Luke Evans and Gina Carano.

Fast & Furious 6 hits theaters May 24, 2013.

Source: AICN

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  1. I wish I could pretend that I didn’t just read this…

    • Me too.

    • But we were warned beforehand.

    • I’m confused though. cause if this is true when does he approach the car? after Sean leaves? cause Sean sees the whole thing and we never see Statham. So either he approaches the car after the explosion or this is false.

        • Wow I thought I was the only one who noticed that. Yeah, I mean even though Statham steps out the Benz and walks away, who are those people checking on in the driver’s side in the clip? lol

  2. imagine if han is somehow still alive… how awesome would that be?

    And if Fast & Furious 8 is set after tokyo drift with Lucas joining the cast, that would be awesome.

    • I was thinking that the other day! That would be awesome, but he’s no Sherlock Holmes, faking his death at the end of every classic book and movie and episode, hahaha. I wish he was, he was my favorite character.

      • I think he means that there could be a chance that Han was pulled out of the car before it exploded.

        • Han is actually dead at the post-credit sequence. The vehicle is upside down and he’s barely conscious and strapped into the car upside down, by the time Ian Shaw walks up— drops Letty’s necklace by the car… gives Dom a phone-call… then blows up Han’s vehicle through the leaking fuel. This is the tie-in from Tokyo Drift, as no one knows how Han died.

    • That would be amazing.

  3. Dear God:

    Please keep Lucas Black out of the Fast & Furious franchise.

    Thank You,

    • He wasn’t that bad, just sit down and enjoy the movie, don’t worry about actors, seriously…

    • Huh? He was better than freakin Paul Walker…

  4. naw he was decent als a f***ing hater!!

  5. Maybe theres more story to this, and Ian Shaw is like a cop or something, and Han killed Owen (Since I’m getting a little tired of Dom being the big bad killer) then he’d have a reason to kill him….

    • not really. Ian Shaw’s tie-in, is purely due to the fact that Dom’s team wiped out Owen’s team. Its a team fight.

      • i know where to watch this for free now

    • It seemed to me that he killed Han to get Dom’s attention. Revenge tactic.

  6. I think I just busted a nut


  7. I so so so hope they don’t kill Han,it would be cool if Jason Statham took him away or something.
    Though its highly unlikely that Han will survive as if Jason Statham is there for revenge,he will probably want to kill Han,
    But if they manage to save Han,it would be awesome !!!!!


  8. Except, it makes no sense bcause Han was hit by that grey Mercedes which is what causes him to flip over. So how could it be that he is hit by Statham’s black Mercedes? It maks absolutely no sense. But, what I di recognize, was Lucas Black’s character was sideswiped by a black Mercedes S-Class, not Han’s car. Not sure if anyone else realized that or if im missing something?? Because it was that grey Mercedes tht collided with Han, and as you ca see, It cause a hell of a lot of damage and that was not a custom class car. As well, The writer of this article stated that the car tha hit Han actually sideswiped it, but his grey Mercedes collided with it?

    • makes sense watch the clip

  9. This is true he walks to the car and leaves a necklace There then The car explodes lol

  10. This is true he walks to the car and leaves a necklace 

  11. True story

  12. True story.

  13. You can see that the guy in his mercedes, at the end of the clip, is muffling something in the back of the car… propably correcting his seat or something… there is a cut before hans car exploded… afterwards they could make up a story around that… the guy in the grey merc does not have to be statham as he is possibly wearing a hat… leaving any windows open to hans return to fast 7 me thinks?

  14. Tokyo drift is the final installment to the fast and the furious series. Everything after Tokyo Drift is a prequel.

    • yup and check out the link i posted

    • check out the link i put up…

    • Agree, at the time Tokyo Drift seemed a bit silly, perhaps because 2F2F was such a crap film and everyone thought the series was dead. But in retrospect it was actually a damn entertaining flick with fun characters. All the F&F films are good aside from 2F2F.

  15. Didn’t know the post-credits showed this clip. It all makes sense now. Thought the tie-in would happen in Fast 7. However, Jason Statham is credited in Fast 6 & 7. He is a great actor. Fast 7 will be a mega hit.

  16. SPOILER!!! At the end of fast 6, Ian shaw hits Hans car, and calls dom. There might be a chance that Han survives, but in Tokyo Drift, tyou clearly SEE HIM DIE!

    • I find the tie in is quite aloof. Sean Boswell was clearly stopped near Han, he saw everything clearly. SO, question:

      (a) if Sean saw everything, why didn’t he notice Ian Shaw approached Han, leaving a necklace and walks away and detonate the car? Sean only ever seen Han died in the explosion

      (b) if Sean indeed saw Ian Shaw, then why Tokyo Drift movies cut off to few months after with Sean living life like normal with no intention off finding Ian Shaw? Han was Sean’s close friend god damn it! Surely he would go after Ian Shaw

    • what said by phone statham?

  17. But han dies in The third movie, and than returns in The fourth….. How? Is The third movie supposed to be after The six’th? I am really confused..

    • Fast & Furious, Fast 5, and Fast 6 are all events that took place PRIOR to Fast & Furious: Tokyo Drift. Han and his gf finally decided to move to Tokyo; she died and continued their dream.
      Don’t keep your hopes up guys, he won’t be in Fast 7 because Lucas Black will most likely be taking his place on the team, as Dom goes to recruit him before their race in the end of Tokyo Drift.
      Honestly, they did a GREAT job tying all of this together! Can’t wait for the next part!

  18. Han died in Tokyo Drift. Dom and Lucas Black racing in the end of Tokyo Drift might mean Dom will ask Lucas Black to help him get his revenge on Statham. Thats their plan, on how to get Lucas on succeeding Fast film series.

  19. some1 remember what statham said?

    • Can’t quote it exactly but it was something like: “Dominic Toretto, you don’t know me but I think you and I should have a word”

      • It’s actually “Dominic Toretto, you don’t know me *Hans car explodes in backround* but your about to.”

  20. You guys ever just think that maybe when he filmed Tokyo drift he actually intended for it to just be some random citizen and he just decided to add stathams story because it was interesting way to make him involved. It’s fast and furious we are talking about here it’s allowed to have some flaws in the story

  21. So did Fast and Furious Tokyo Drift (in time) happen after fast and furious 6?

    • Yes, Vin Diesel makes a cameo at the end of Tokyo Drift. He shows up as “Han’s friend”.

  22. thats the thing!! this means taht Sean Boswell is definitely returning in this movie! smart idea Justin Lin!

  23. I hope dey bring back lucas black he is my favorite chqracter in the saga and tokyo drift is my favorite of the movies

  24. Wth is goin on? He dies in tokyo drift but is back for the 4th then in fast 6 why does it show the same seen where he dies?