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Submitted by alycakes 554d ago | news

Fast 7 Release Date Announced

IGN:
Vin Diesel reveals July 11, 2014 as the day to get fast and furious (again).

Earlier today at CinemaCon, Vin Diesel announced that Fast & Furious 7 will be hitting theaters on July 11, 2014.

IGN's own Jim Vejvoda was on the scene, reporting from Vegas. As of right now, no other film is scheduled for that day, although Fast 7 does open one week after Disney's Maleficent and the week before Bryan Singer's X-Men: Days of Future Past.

James Wan is directing the seventh entry in the action series, with Diesel and Paul Walker set to star. But first up is Fast 6, which debuts stateside on May 24. (Cinema, Fast & Furious 7)

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alycakes  +   554d ago
This should be the last one...don't you think?
Magnagamer222  +   554d ago
I agree, but they'll keep making them if the money keeps coming in. Looking forward to seeing Gina Carano kick @$$ in Fast 6. Vince is starting to show his age in these movies.

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alycakes  +   554d ago
They all show their age after a while...except for Tom Cruise...he still looks pretty good at 50 doing all those stunts.
aDDicteD  +   553d ago
it is unlikely that they will put this franchise to an end because fast five revived the party and took it to a new direction, the producers will likely take the advantage will it is hot.
Magnagamer222  +   554d ago
I wonder if his religion has anything to do with it? Maybe scientology has found the fountain of youth.
RonRico  +   553d ago
Man I think they show off too much of the story with this trailer.
Sahil  +   549d ago
it's the same with every trailer these days. *facepalm*
Sahil  +   549d ago
I swear if Jason cameos in this movie with a suit on, It will be a Fast and Furious/Transporter crossover.

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