The saga 8 of the movie Furious Speed - The Fate of the Furious, promises to be, once again, a success of the box office. Some believed it was no longer possible to make any other movie without Paul Walker (Brian), the last movie he made entirely was Furious Speed 6.
It is certain that this feature film is already expected to be one of the blockbusters of 2017, raising a few million dollars again. Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and Letty (Michelle Rodriguez) are honeymooning in Cuba, promising a life without fuss, but when Dom finds a woman, Cipher (played by Charlize Theron), in need of help With your broken car everything changes. Yeah, Cipher is a cyber terrorist who wants to take over the world and convinces Dom to join his team.
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Charlize Theron, who won the Oscar in 2003 for her portrayal in the movie "Monster", is the villain of this saga and guarantees to give a new breath to the villains of this sequel. With Dom joining Cipher, loyalty to the "family" is called into question and this doubt turns out to be the center of the story.
Vin Diesel, who is also one of the producers of this Furious Speed 8, says it was important to continue with this saga, as the success of the films after 16 years still has some stories to tell.
Furious Speed 8 promises much more than just speed
In fact the plot twist used in this movie ends up locking fans back into the story. Since the thousands of dollars spent on car scenes are always one of the compelling reasons to keep viewers on the big screen, other forms of interest have to be found.
The director of this latest saga, Gary Gray (“The Negotiator” and “The Avenger”, which also includes Vin Diesel) ensures that the choice of New York and Havana was intentional.
The first city because that's where it all started with illegal racing and Havana because it has tight turns in traffic, not only but also to revive Cuba's racing culture.
According to Gary Gray, it has been a long time since Cuba wanted to record, but it was only after the diplomatic rapprochement between that country and the United States that this dream could come true. Since the 1963 American Embargo, no major blockbuster films were filmed in Cuba. Let's wait and see if this Furious Speed exceeds the millions of profits already made by the previous sequels, and also to wait if speculation about a new sequel will really be true.
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