News about the upcoming “Fast and Furious 8” continue to spread on the internet as Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson reportedly revealed his new role on the film.
He stated that he Hobbs new agenda for the next “Fast and Furious” installation are to “Raise the bar, dominate, destroy, and to chew gum. And Hobbs is always out of bubble gum.”
Meanwhile, filming for the upcoming action-comedy reboot has begun in Cuba, as per Elite Daily. It has been reported months ago that the filmmakers are eager to undergo talks with the Cuban government so they can set the filming in one of the Cuban areas. “Fast and Furious 8” is the first film to ever set foot in the country.
As noted by Day Herald, producers do not just want to develop a computer graphic version of Havana but they want the film to be authentically shot in the area. Hence, the successful negotiation.
The website also noted that a behind-the-scene video was leaked but it was removed immediately due to copyright violations. But this time, the people behind the film are planning to add a little spice to the movie by allegedly using vintage cars.
On the other hand, the issue whether the late Paul Walker will be replaced or remembered on “Fast and Furious 8” still lingers on the internet too. Hearsays have it that he will return with the help of computer graphics.
Some might be happy to know about that, but others feel that no one can replace Brian O’Conner, even when his brother Cody who posed as him just to make his remarkable exit on the previous film.
“Fast and Furious 8” kicks off in cinemas on April 14, 2017.