‘Fast & Furious 6′ Trailer Includes Car Racing, Plane Crashes, Tanks and Girlfights

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The first footage from Fast & Furious 6 aired during Super Bowl XLVII. Today, we can offer a proper (and extended: 3+minutes) trailer for what is shaping up as the climactic (last?), no-holds-barred finale to the Fast and the Furious series.

Fast & Furious 6 catches up with Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his deft-defying racer buddies, enjoying the spoils from their ‘last job’ in Rio when Federal Agent Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) comes a knockin’. It turns out Hobbs has been pursuing a criminal mastermind named Owen Shaw (Luke Evans) and his elite driving force across the world, with Dom and his team being his one last hope at taking Shaw down. The crew agrees on two conditions: 1) Hobbs gives them all full pardons, so they no longer have to live as a fractured family and 2) Dom is allowed to meet up with the presumed-dead Letty (Michelle Rodriguez), who is Shaw’s second-in-command.

It turns out the Super Bowl preview was just the tip of the iceberg, as far as the elaborate stunts, outlandish vehicular set pieces and adrenaline-fueled cinematic kinetics arriving courtesy of Fast & Furious 6 director Justin Lin (returning from the last three installments). Here, we get a better glimpse at execution of sequences involving specialized car collisions, tank battles, crashing planes and new addition Gina Carano – former MMA sensation and star of Steven Soderbergh’s Haywire – brawling with Rodriguez, in addition to other stunts. Suffice it to say, Lin’s throwing in everything but the kitchen sink (and maybe even that), this time around.


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Screenwriter Chris Morgan is likewise returning from the previous three Fast and the Furious movies, tying off storylines for each individual member of Dom’s multi-ethnic (and multi-gender) brotherhood; not to mention, bringing emotional closure to the events in Fast and Furious. Diesel previously claimed the series game plan had changed, evolving so that things would be settled over two more films after Fast Five. However, Fast and Furious 7 was not filmed back-to-back with the sixth installment, as originally rumored; thus, for the time being, it seems this Fast & Furious 6 may indeed conclude the second trilogy in the franchise.

… Unless it ends on a cliff-hanger setting the stage for the seventh movie (like the mid-credits scene from Fast Five did), of course.


The Fast & Furious 6 cast includes Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Dwayne Johnson, Jordana Brewster, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Sung Kang, Gal Gadot, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, Elsa Pataky, Luke Evans and Gina Carano.

Look for Fast & Furious 6 in theaters (including IMAX) on May 24th, 2013.

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  1. holy crap they are going all out on this one. 2:24 Gina Carano vs Michelle rodriguez, holy crap that was insane, im having a nerdgasm atm this trailer had made my day wow wow wow

  2. damn that looks exciting. definitly going to check it out

  3. Holy crap!! That looks fun. “FUN” being the key word. :)

  4. Gina Carano vs. Michelle Rodriguez is going to make for an awesome fight. :)

    • In a movie lol if it was a real fight carano would kill her. Lol

    • Yes! that scene looks awesome! Haywire was ok, but itll be nice to see Gina in a proper action film.

      • As long as she doesnt speak ill be fine

        • Of course she’s going to speak :)

  5. I havent seen any of them. I just never got around to watching the first two and the last one was really the only one to peak my interest. This looks good as well. So i think i’m gonna rent/borrow them all and have a marathon before seeing this one in theaters

  6. i love how this franchise has evolved. they all also keep getting better and its still great to see the whole cast involved. also if i remember right tokyo drift is the last film chronologically because that asian guy is still alive here

    • “they all also keep getting better”

      Except Part 4. That’s the worst of the whole lot.

      • i think four is better than 3.

      • 4 is better than 2. I think I’d rank them 1,5,4,2,3

        • Don’t feel left out… exact same thing for me.

    • That’s unclear, because Dom was in Tokyo at the end, and I think 2 fast 2 furious was the worst, Tokyo Drift and Fast Five are my favorite, 4 wasn’t bad, it was just more story, but I love the end when their driving in the tunnels.

      • Thank goodness 2 Fast 2 Furious was mentioned by somebody as being the worst. It’s EASILY the worst in the franchise. I’d rank ’em: 1, 5, 3, 4, 2.

  7. God, The Rock clearly is on steroids!

    • No he isnt

    • nah it’s because he’s Samoan, they just have incredible genetics when it comes to muscle mass. Mark Wahlberg on the other hand…

      • what about his black half. he is half black also

  8. Wow I can’t wait for this movie! Definelty going all out! After seeing this hard to imagine how much bigger they can get with 7. But I have a feeling this will top five which was fantastic.

    Carano and Rodriguez fight!! Super excited.

    Also the Super Bowl spot stole the show for. Me. Best trailer during the game.

  9. Dom took the series from Brian.

  10. So I guess its pretty safe to assume at this point that Fast and Furious 6 will not have a “Die Hard” esk name as the previous installments have had. i.e. 2fast 2 furious. It would have been nice to see something like “Still Fast and Furious” or Faster and Still Furious.

  11. Well… I just saw the entire movie.

  12. Too much CGI.

  13. One last job. Unless it makes money. Then the next one will be one last job. Unless that makes money. Then the next one etc…

    Despite myself, I enjoyed the last one. I’ll probably enjoy this one also. Curses.

  14. Sweet trailer I’m gonna check this out for sure

  15. *jaw drops*

    WOW they’re going all out!

  16. hope 7 will be tokyo drift 2. (all roads lead to this)

  17. I’ve only seen 5 which was a fun ride even if it lacked polish. Mostly I enjoyed seeing the Rock kick butt instead of babysitting kids like his last 20 movies before that. I’m real excited he’s returning and will definitely see this one :)

    • I actually prefer this vid player better. I’ve never expereinced lagging. Must be your connection.

  18. Fast and Furious is the new Police Academy. Not necessarily a criticism

  19. that was easily the best trailer I have seen in a while cant wait for this !

  20. I like how everything but everything has been flung at the screen… Does the trailer show all the best bits of the film or will there still by car crash eye candy to see for the other eighty odd minutes?

  21. Gina Carano is pretty damn hot but the nerd in me wanted to see Statham in this movie with the Rock and Vin Diesel. That fight would’ve been epic. But not a bad second choice in Gina Carano.

    • Yo! Statham in a F&F movie would be EPIC!! (These are the kind of thoughts I wish I’d had, lol…)

  22. One cast member that I actually can’t wait to see hasn’t been mentioned anywhere: Joe Taslim, who plays Jaka in The Raid. He was great in The Raid. Unfortunately, since his name has yet to be mentioned anywhere, I’m guessing he’s playing a small role. Here’s hoping he won’t like get killed off in the first five minutes or so.

  23. this actually looks amazing i cant wait didnt really like number 5 dragged on a bit and slightly ridulucous

  24. Universal confirmed Fast 6 & 7 as one Story. I think this is tricky but true. Director Lin said Tokyo Drift takes place after the events of all the films. Maybe he just meant the last scene with Dom and Sean. Plus I don’t think Han would want to still stick with teenagers and reveal he was alive. I think he faked his death, then left town, met Torreto, and Fast 4 starts.

  25. Oh my God, I can’t wait to see Mickey Rodriguez and Gina Carano throw down; my ticket is bought just for that…

  26. Rot in hell, Walker