First Promos for James Wan's 'Furious 7' Arrive in Advance of Trailer

October 26, 2014
Source: Facebook

Furious 7

Vengeance Hits Home. This first banner may be nothing but a Photoshop mash-up of the seven lead actors, but for fans of this series it's an exciting announcement reminding us that this seventh movie is still on the way. Despite the tragic death of actor Paul Walker last year, director James Wan and the rest of the cast worked together to finish this movie with the help of his family and friends. Universal has announced that the title of Fast & Furious 7 will be just Furious 7, and the first trailer is launching on Saturday, November 1st one week from now. Check out the first promo art and read more on the trailer event below.

In addition to the banner, they are also launching "7 Seconds of 7" on Facebook which is yet another way to build hype for the trailer: "Every day get a 7 second glimpse of #Furious7 as we count down to the Trailer Launch Event!!" The event will take place at Universal Studios in Los Angeles on Saturday afternoon and fans can get tickets by following Fast & Furious on social media. The first 7 second glimpse is embedded below, with director James Wan adding: "These 7 seconds promos, 7 of them, are really fun, short behind-the-scene [sic] look of the movie." Here's the first launch video with some quick glimpses at the production:

Here's that promo banner for James Wan's Furious 7, with a poster likely coming with the trailer next week:

Furious 7 Promo Banner

And here's the official teaser poster for the film that just arrived from Universal:

Furious 7

For more updates on the movie and to find information about tickets for the trailer event, and to watch each of the "7 Seconds of 7" debuts, follow Fast & Furious on Twitter as @FastFurious and over on Facebook, too.

"The road to FURIOUS 7 starts here. Because of our fans, our saga has grown bigger and better with every chapter… For our extended FAST & FURIOUS family, we have set out to make the very best movie yet. We are excited to continue our journey together."

Fast & Furious 7 is directed by James Wan (The Conjuring, Insidious) and written by Chris Morgan (who has written all the Fast & Furious sequels including and following Tokyo Drift). Though no plot details have been revealed, Vin Diesel and Paul Walker return in the sequel along with most of their crew. Jason Statham is in hot pursuit as the film's villain (brother of Luke Evans' character Shaw) and other new cast members include Tony Jaa, Djimon Housou, Ronda Rousey and Kurt Russell. The film was delayed after Paul Walker died in a car crash before filming ended. Universal Pictures releases Fast & Furious 7 on April 3rd, 2015.

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  • Chris Groves
    Can't wait for this movie. These films have just progressively been getting better and better for the last 3 films.
    Really, REALLY. ready for this movie to be released!
  • Xerxexx
    Can't wait!
  • mooreworthy
    Strangest thing, love the francise , but never seen a single one in theaters but either through rental or bought during Xmas and still haven't seen Tokyo Drift!
    • AwesomeWave
      Tokyo Drift is my favorite after the original, well worth watching IMO.
      • OfficialJab
        Disagree, it's the only one you can safely skip, and avoid history's worst lead actor. Unfortunately, I think he's in this one too.
        • desispeed
          I actually liked Drift cause of the Tokyo backdrop...the worst one is easily the 2nd one
          • OfficialJab
            2Fast was dumb, but super fun and pretty funny. At least TD introduced Han though, I got through scenes with him okay, and was glad the creators recognized that he should be dropped in the sequels (prequels?) too.
          • desispeed
            yeah continuity and FF series went out the window 3 movies ago! :)
      • ColtNoir
        Han is the reason to watch it. still 100% better than 2.
  • OAnden1
  • OfficialJab
    Still weird seeing "James Wan's" before that.
  • shane willett
    Curious to see Walkers only successful film / series last performance




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