Nowadays the marketing campaigns for films begin in the midst of production. With the advent of Twitter and Instagram, many filmmakers and actors have made a habit of sharing teaser images with fans while production is ongoing. One such property taking advantage of social media is Fast & Furious 7, as we’ve already seen a number of behind-the-scenes images from the set of director James Wan’s action sequel, and now Dwayne Johnson is adding a couple more to the pile. Johnson has been teasing his return as Hobbs on Twitter, and he recently shared two images from the Fast 7 set—one of Hobbs looking mighty intimidating on an abandoned street, and another promising a fight sequence between Johnson’s character and Jason Statham’s villain.
Hit the jump to check out both images. Fast & Furious 7 opens in theaters on July 11, 2014.
Via Johnson’s Twitter.
“I didn’t bring the cavalry.. I AM the cavalry” – #HobbsTheBeast #FastAndFurious7 Call action…
Olympic Gold medalist, UFC/WWE Champs & lunatics – I’ve fought ‘em all. This was fun. #FastAndFurious #RockVsStatham
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