Saturday, 31 January 2009

Fast and Furious Superbowl Trailer

We may watch the Superbowl trailer of Fast and Furious 4 in advance:


This April

The Fast get furious.

New model original parts

Vin Diesel and Paul Walker are both back in this new Fast and Furious movie. The film will be released on April 3, 2009.


Tunerboy1 said...

Hey, I can see from the previews that this movie is going to be one of the gratest Fast and the Furious Movies ever. Just by the previews I can see that everything is realistic, the culture, the way the cars were modified. I see that the latest cars are being used like the "Sickening" nice GTR, and the all new 370z. I can also see the latest technology is being used like the Engine Management Systems, Super Chargers, everything. I give you all and the people that are involved in and making the movie props. Amazing Job, cant wait to see the movie in full.

Tunerboy1 said...

Hey, I think that this movie is going to be "Crazy Good", by looking at these previews. I see that the Cars are "Crazy" nice, like the new Nissan 370z, GTR, the Muscle Cars, I see that the car passion and culture is there, the realism, thrill and excitement is there. I can see the way that the cars are customized and modified are done like a piece of art, the owner expresses himself by how he has modified the car. I also see that the cars have been modified with the latest technology, the latest engine management systems, exhaust systems, intake, body work and graphics and all. I give you all props, everyone involved in the making of the movie.

Tim said...

This movie looks gay and trendy. Reality Tunerboy1? These guys go through these high-buck cars as though they are disposible..that's not real but overly produced demographic placating garbage. Likewise, it is so overloaded with bravado it makes me shiver with embaressment. As a car guy I'm ashamed. Hollywood needs to go back to what made car movies great like "Bullet" with real speed and real men like Steve Mcqueen. Sure that sounds antiquated but real speed with real cars is far more exciting than undercranking and CGI explosions coupled with a bad plot.

Anonymous said...

@Tim: it was called Bullit. kthx