FAST & FURIOUS 7 Scene Revealed on FAST & FURIOUS 6 Blu-ray

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Although James Wan’s Fast & Furious 7 doesn’t open until July 11, 2014, you can get a sneak peek at a new scene by picking up Justin Lin’s Fast & Furious 6 Extended Edition on Blu-ray.  The special features section offers a look at a scene in the upcoming film, but we’ve kept the details of it after the jump since they’re rather spoilery.  The ending of Fast & Furious 6 was revelatory for a couple of reasons: for one thing, it showed that the order of preceding movies in the franchise were not necessarily in chronological order, and for another, it revealed at least one villain who would be appearing in Fast & Furious 7.  An explanation behind all of this vague rambling can be found after the jump.

 

fast-and-furious-6-blu-rayBefore we go any further, I’ll give you the opportunity to turn back for fear of spoilers.  Fast & Furious 6, starring Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, and Dwayne Johnson, will be available on DVD and Blu-ray starting December 10th.  If and when you pick it up, you’ll find a full scene from Fast & Furious 7 right out in the open on the main menu, or so Movies.com tells us.  Here’s their description on what happens:

The scene in question is the gang at Han’s funeral … He’s dead for real, and it’s hit the gang hard. There aren’t any tears shed (they’re all too manly for that), but Vin Diesel does croak out “You were always my brother, Han. He put you in this grave, so now I’ll do the same to him.” … The bombshell comes when Ludacris says, “First Han, now Hobbs is laid up, of all people.” So at some point between FF6 and FF7, something serious happened to Hobbs to put him in the hospital … We’re betting that whatever happens to put Hobbs out of commission happens very early on during FF7, probably during the film’s opening action scene.

So there you have it.  Not only is the gang going to pull out all stops to go after Ian Shaw (Jason Statham) for killing Han (Sung Kang), but they’re going to have to do it without one of their heaviest hitters.




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  • mattinacan

    if you have seen one FF scene ever, you have seen them all

    • Mostly_Angry

      Vroom vroom.

      Race starts, main character winning, protagonist losing. Middle of the race, protagonist winning, main character completely ass-backwards. End of the race, protagonist looking like they are going to win, Vin Diesel flips the NOS on and eeks by at the line.

      Rinse and repeat for 8 more sequels.

      • doc

        Apparently you haven’t seen Fast 5 or 6.

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  • Mars

    They shot that Hobbs hospital scene pretty early in the FF7 schedule. I think more than anything it was just to ease The Rock’s schedule. He had literally like no days off…finished Hercules and went right onto FF7 the same week. Was only on set for 12 days.

  • Jamesy

    I think this had more to do with Dwayne Johnsons scheduling, he had like no time between Hercules and this. Who knows how much of a presence he will have in this movie but I hope there is a bad ass scene between Statham Vin and The Rock.

  • HeSaidSheSaidReviewSite

    I can’t fathom how these movies continue to exist.

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  • Strong Enough

    He fights Jason probably at the end. he teased a pic of him facing off with him online

  • Bob

    This. Seems correct.

  • Bob

    Agree with all points. Yes, all.

  • HeSaidSheSaidReviewSite

    Oh boy, somebody missed the point. Why these movies make money was my point.

    The original was fun. These movies are just big dumb CGI fests now. People like you are why these movies, Transformers sequels, and new Pirates movies are allowed to be made.

  • outland196

    There are actually a tremendous amount of practical stunts on these films and the characters continue to grow with time. Frankly, the first one had some of the most ridiculous and unreal car moments of the bunch and some of the shallowest storytelling as well…If you are saying you thought the original was fun, then you are pretty much answering your own question with regards to why the sequels exist.

  • outland196

    There are actually a tremendous amount of practical stunts on these films and the characters continue to grow with time. Frankly, the first one had some of the most ridiculous and unreal car moments of the bunch and some of the shallowest storytelling as well…If you are saying you thought the original was fun, then you are pretty much answering your own question with regards to why the sequels exist.

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