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Vin Diesel is one giant social media troll. So what’s he up to now?
Tony Jaa is in Fast and Furious 7. That’s reason enough for me to buy a ticket.
Vin Diesel’s First Shots From The Set Of Fast And Furious 7, Also Featuring Paul Walker And Nathalie Emmanuel
Two of the usual suspects and a young lady from that least expected of Hollywood talent farms, Hollyoaks.
It seems like Vin Diesel’s mouth starts working every time he has a thought about the House of Ideas, and then he catches himself and curbs it off. Great fun, really.
Also: what does this tell us about the start of Marvel’s Phase 3?
The search for El Dorado in a post-apocalyptic world featuring a band of soldiers at battle with alien creatures they’re calling orcs.
One only has to witness his title performance in The Iron Giant to know how much pathos there is in Diesel’s slower, more lumbering tones.
Like Pitch Black before it, Riddick seems to owe a debt to the Alien series. Not a bad thing. Arguably preferable to the more heavy-loaded second movie in the series.
I can’t help feel we’re being condescended to with marketing materials like this. Surely this video can only have been thrown together with a “that’ll do” attitude?
As discussed in my earlier live blog from the SDCC panel for Riddick, here’s the film’s latest restricted audience trailer. There’s blood, there’s swears, but there was more flesh on display during the actual panel today. Sorry if that disappoints …
I had half been expecting that Vin Diesel would step up on stage during tomorrow night’s Marvel Studios panel at Comic-Con but apparently not. During the just-wrapped Riddick panel, Diesel said that, while he can’t say anything about working with …
This is all going to seem mighty anticlimactic when we learn he was up for a part in Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel 2.
Vin Deisel is back as Riddick and he’s shared a TV spot for it on Facebook.
This might make you think about Kirk vs. the Gorn in the Star Trek episode Arena. Just for a moment.
Riddick goes big *and* goes home. Sort of.
Fast 6 uses both unexplained resurrection and amnesia ploys to bring Michelle Rodriguez back.
Universal need somebody who can jump onto a moving vehicle, and soon – somebody who can handle the stunts, FX work and big-name, big-bicep stars.
It’s not impossible that both a sequel and spin-off will shoot this year… Interest in this series genuinely seems to be at a peak.