Final Poster for Universal's Fast and Furious

February 16, 2009
Source: ComingSoon

Final Poster for Universal's Fast and Furious

Universal has debuted the final poster for the upcoming Fast & Furious reboot over on ComingSoon. It's a definite improvement over the first poster they put out. This is the perfect example of vastly improving the original poster with some smart design fundamentals, because this is a very sleek and impressive poster. But what I want to talk about is that I actually saw this Fast & Furious a few days ago and really enjoyed it. I can't talk about it much, but I wasn't disappointed, but I didn't have big expectations to begin with. The dialogue was pretty bad, but it was overshadowed by the awesome races and compelling storyline.

Fast and Furious Poster

When a crime brings them back to LA, fugitive ex-con Dom Toretto reignites his feud with agent Brian O'Connor. But as they are forced to confront a shared enemy, Dom and Brian must give in to an uncertain new trust if they hope to outmaneuver him. And from convoy heists to tunnel crawls across borders, two men will find the best way to get revenge: push the limits of what's possible behind the wheel.

Fast & Furious is directed by up-and-coming Taiwanese filmmaker Justin Lin, of Better Luck Tomorrow, Annapolis, and of course, The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift. The screenplay was written by Chris Morgan, of Cellular, Tokyo Drift, and Wanted. Fast and Furious races into theaters on April 3rd.

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  • Fisherr
    Looks better than the first indeed.
  • ALEX! I know you can't answer a lot of questions about the movie, but how do they handle the amount of cameos in the movie? Does it make sense in the context of the story?
  • The Awsome Norwegian Dude With Sunglasses
    Not bad, but not good either.
  • I have to admit, Universal is the only sttudio that has good floating head posters.
  • Janika
  • Luis
    Wow looks prettty sick. But I'm pretty sure it isn't a reboot
  • dexter
    Classic floating head style, nice but there's no one who looks kickass than Jack Nicholson, floating his head:)
  • Johnis
    Jordana Brewster's head doesn't fit with the rest. Doesn't look right, IMO.




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