'Fast & Furious 7' Hits in 2014, 'Snow White & the Huntsman 2' in 2015

April 16, 2013

Fast and Furious 7 / Snow White

Since franchise director Justin Lin decided not to direct Fast & Furious 7, we've known that Universal Pictures wanted to get moving on the sequel as soon as possible. In fact, the timeframe between the release of Fast & Furious 6 this summer and when they wanted the sequel was the reason Lin opted not to come back and Insidious and Saw director James Wan is now at the helm. Now the studio has announced that the next installment will arrive on July 11th, 2014. That leaves just 14 months between sequels, and now we know why Lin didn't want to commit. That would be one hellacious production schedule. More below!

Unless Dwayne Johnson is taking a much smaller role in the sequel, this would conflict with his schedule for Brett Ratner's Hercules, which is also shooting later this year. However, considering Johnson is on the other side of the law, and would give Vin Diesel, Paul Walker and their whole crew pardons for helping them catch Luke Evans in Fast & Furious 6, he wouldn't really have much need to interfere in the next film anyway. Still, getting a sequel like this together quickly is a risky move, and while the Fast & Furious films, are Oscar caliber, I just hope the fast tracked production doesn't mean a lower quality blockbuster.

Also on the sequel front, more news out of Universal's presentation at CinemaCon pegs gestating Snow White and the Huntsman sequel for release sometime in 2015. As we heard just a couple months ago, Kristen Stewart is returning as the film's star, but director Rupert Sanders will not be back due to the complicated relationship that blossomed between the two on set. It's expected that Chris Hemsworth will reprise his role as well, but it's not clear where a sequel might go next. Audiences don't really seem to be clamoring for the sequel, but there will likely be news on that front coming sometime soon.

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Reader Feedback - 11 Comments


Oh, Wan is confirmed? Awesome.

OfficialJab on Apr 16, 2013


"and while the Fast & Furious films, are Oscar caliber"....shouldn't it be aren't?

John Rios on Apr 16, 2013


Didn't Ludacris win for best supporting actor last year for his thought provoking and moving performance as Tej?

Matt Peloquin on Apr 17, 2013


No, he didn't.

Nielsen700 on Apr 17, 2013


I'm pretty sure he did, I believe Tokyo Drift won for Best Foreign Film too.

Matt Peloquin on Apr 17, 2013


No, it was Best Costume Design.

Nielsen700 on Apr 17, 2013


Oh yea, I forgot about the wide array of colorful wife beaters.

Matt Peloquin on Apr 18, 2013



John Rios on Apr 16, 2013



John Rios on Apr 16, 2013


So no more looks of longing from Stewart while Sanders is behind the camera? Why???? WHY??!!!!! *weeps*

Nifty Films on Apr 17, 2013


James Wan is a retarded choice.

Nielsen700 on Apr 17, 2013

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