Artsy Fan-Made Teaser Poster for 'Fast & Furious 7' Spreads Online

January 21, 2014
Source: Twitter

Fast & Furious 7 Poster

This is where roads part. This is perhaps one of the best teaser posters for any film in the Fast & Furious franchise, which is fitting because it might just be the last after Paul Walker's tragic death late last year. An early fan-made teaser poster for Fast & Furious 7, being directed by James Wan, hit the web via a fake Vin Diesel Twitter account. The sleek design featuring two cars splitting ways forming a seven with their taillights helped spread the poster around the web fast, making some (including us) think it was real at first. It is not. Nonetheless, it's still a very nice poster for the sequel (delayed until 2015), so take a look below.

Update! This poster is a "fake", fan-made creation, but we're still keeping it up here because it is very cool.

Fast & Furious 7 Poster

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, we know production will head to Pikes Peak in Colorado to film some sort of action sequence. 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 possibly Kurt Russell. The film was delayed after Paul Walker died in a car crash in the middle of film. Universal will now release Fast & Furious 7 on April 10th, 2015.

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Bye Brian.

DAVIDPD on Jan 21, 2014


Man, this was just sad. Poster does look cool though.

Nielsen700 on Jan 21, 2014


The studio should make the fan poster the actual poster. It's perfect.

Mark Tweedale on Jan 21, 2014


Totally agree!

A5J4DX on Jan 21, 2014


Its not perfect because it suggest that Brian would be leaving the gang or being "retired and that is not a good idea.... it just does not make sense. Brian has to die. A better slogan would be "this is where roads end".

Kenneth Turney on Jan 21, 2014


I prefer "This is where roads part," suggesting the journey for the character goes beyond death. It's more poetic.

Mark Tweedale on Jan 21, 2014


I agree that 'part' is better than 'end' though, for me, the image is enough.

El_MUERkO on Jan 22, 2014


I'd love for them to set a precedent of adopting fan posters.

OfficialJab on Jan 22, 2014


use this poster for the movie fitting for the movie if they retire paul and not kill him off

Douglas Starbird on Jan 21, 2014


Am i the only thing that think the car is stupid... More legit if it was an GT-R! Brians favorite car in the franchise. The poster should reflect the character

jultomten789 on Jan 23, 2014

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