New Image of Vin Diesel in RIDDICK

     February 2, 2012


Vin Diesel has been extremely generous when it comes to fans of Riddick. He lobbied incredibly hard to get the Chronicles of Riddick sequel made in the first place, and now that production is underway he’s been sharing production photos from the set. Diesel sent out a new image from the set today, giving us another look at the actor in character. While it’s nice to be getting these looks at the titular Riddick, I’m hoping Diesel sends out photos of his castmates soon. Battlestar Galactica’s Katee Sackhoff plays Dahl, a Nordic mercenary tasked with tracking down Riddick, and Jordi Molla is onboard as Santana, a leader of an eight-man crew bent on killing the anti-hero.

Hit the jump to check out the new image, as well as all the other photos Diesel has previously shared from set. Written and directed by David Twohy, Riddick also stars Karl Urban.

Here’s the official synopsis:

Betrayed by his own kind and left for dead on a desolate planet, Riddick (Diesel) fights for survival against alien predators and becomes more powerful and dangerous than ever before. Soon bounty hunters from throughout the galaxy descend on Riddick only to find themselves pawns in his greater scheme for revenge. With his enemies right where he wants them, Riddick unleashes a vicious attack of vengeance before returning to his home planet of Furya to save it from destruction.

Image via Diesel’s Facebook page.


Here are the photos Diesel has previously unveiled:




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  • Matt

    Looking forward to this. But isn’t everyone of Furya dead?

  • alex_manpsy

    Everyone in Furya was killed when the Necromongers attacked the planet, but there were alot of people who escaped.

    Just as important, the planet itself is what created furyans in the first place, Furyans are nothing more than humans who evolved and grew up in furya. So the necromongers wanting to destroy the planet itself no doubt is due to the continued threat it poses.