The Fast and the Furious franchise has long been considered one of the best movies of all time, but for those unfamiliar with the series, there are a few key differences.
The movie stars Vin Diesel and Jason Statham, two characters that have a huge influence on the series.
While many of the characters are familiar from the previous movies, the Fast and Fast family is a whole new team, led by the newly arrived Vin Diesel as well as two new characters, Furious 7’s Josh Brolin and Furious 8’s Domhnall Gleeson.
Both have had a big role in the franchise, and they’ll be a huge part of the upcoming film.
The most obvious difference is that the movie will be a much slower pace than the series’ earlier installments.
In the first film, Furious 6, there was a lot of action and action sequences, which were usually done at the speed of sound, but in the sequel, the movie was shot on the much slower, low-res format that the original film was shot in.
This means that the speed and the quality of the visuals are going to be much higher than in previous films.
For example, the original Furious 6 was shot at 120 frames per second, while the sequel is going to shoot at 480.
This makes the films overall pace much more focused, which makes it easier for audiences to understand and appreciate.
Also, as noted above, there’s a new cast and a whole lot of new vehicles, as well.
So for the first time, the series will be making its way to cinemas and theaters in a much more immersive way than it was before.
Fast and furious will be the first movie of a new franchise, but there’s also another franchise already being made in theaters called Fast & Furious: War Games, and that’s going to make its way into theaters in the near future.
We’ll have a full preview of Fast & the Furious: Wars in a few months, so stay tuned for more information.
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