Get Ready For More Fast And Furious, Says Vin Diesel
Wine: more fat and furious
Listen to the tankers – Vin Diesel plans to expand the Fast & Furious universe with a series of prequels and spinoffs.
The show’s producer and star is working with Universal on expanding the franchise, Variety reports. “We wrote scripts for different characters. We’ve been playing with this for a long time, ”Diesel explained.
“This is a very rich property and we are committed to treating it with a lot of class,” he said. He added, “We have a director who is going to bring out the darkness and make the character stand out.”
Universal Pictures President Donna Langley added, “We are definitely discussing how we can grow the franchise now.” “It’s an ensemble cast and there is room to bring in and out characters,” Donna said.
Elsewhere, Diesel had previously confirmed that the Fast & Furious series would end with “one last trilogy”. The actor has hinted that the next movie will be set in New York City, and Jason Statham is expected to return as villainous Deckard Shaw. —Digitalspy.co.uk
Blake the hero
Blake Shelton played the hero on Friday, rescuing four men trapped in a mud hole near the Washita River in Ardmore, Okla.
Shelton returned home last week after recording The Voice and came across four men in need of help.
This is not the first time Shelton has played the role of the Good Samaritan. In June, the singer found a driver stranded after a flood in Oklahoma and brought him to safety with his car, then drove him home after the ordeal.
“It was great,” Roho Hartman says of Shelton’s help during the flood.
Bieber’s new videos
The chart battle between Justin Bieber and One Direction is really heating up, with the Biebs raising the stakes over the weekend by releasing – count them – thirteen music videos to accompany every song on his new album Purpose.
Since Saturday, the Canadian megastar has shared a new video once an hour. Immediately notable for being extremely choreographed, if you play them back to back in the correct order, they make up a 45 minute feature film titled Purpose: The Movement.