Fast & Furious is hitting the road.
'I just hope you guys are having a great summer, remember, count your blessings and let the people you care about know that you care about them - never do that too much, ' he said. Also, told us that recently I'm in NY, filming something which will be different than usual, and something one has never seen.Vin diesel also told their fans that the show will head from the United Kingdom.
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He said the event will provide "a way for [fans] to see the action first-hand" in a way that's never been done before.
The film series continues going strong, as April's The Fate of the Furious racked up more than $1.2 billion internationally, including $225 million stateside.
The show is expected to be a recreation of stunts from the films as well as new stuff for attendees.
Diesel continued, saying "I think it's first going to be showed at the O2 Arena in London, but it's going to go all over the world and we're really excited about it". With numbers like that, it's no surprise that Diesel is looking for some way to bring more Fast & Furious to fans all over the world. The producer of the events are James Cooke-Priest and Chris Hughes, with writer-director Rowland French.