We got our first bit of casting news on James Wan’s Fast & Furious 7 with yesterday’s announcement of UFC fighter Ronda Rousey entering into negotiations; today brings us a first look at a promo poster for the film. Tweeted out by director Wan with star Tyrese Gibson, the familiar look of the franchise posters appears in the background for the newest installment. We presumed that stars Vin Diesel and Paul Walker would be returning for the follow-up to Fast & Furious 6, but Gibson’s presence in the production office strongly suggests we’ll also see him in the new film when it opens July 11, 2014.
Hit the jump to view the new poster along with Wan and Gibson.
Wan tweeted this image of himself and Gibson at the production office earlier today. It ain’t much, but it’s something:
Tyrese and I peace-ing out at the production office. http://instagram.com/p/cwyjZsBVKb/
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