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THE FAST AND THE FURIOUS 6 (2013): Michelle Rodriguez joins FAST SIX

Michelle Rodriguez Fast and Furious

Michelle Rodriguez joins The Fast and The Furious 6. Michelle Rodriguez joining Justin Lin‘s Fast Six (2013) or Fast and Furious 6 makes perfect sense if you saw the after credits scene for Fast Five which indicated that her character was somehow still alive.

Gina Carano (written about here: The Fast and The Furious 6 (2013): Gina Carano may join Fast Six), Rihanna, and Luke Evans possibly joining Fast Six‘s cast are all cool choices. I actually do not like the fact that Letty (Michelle Rodriguez) is being brought back because her death was one of the best dramatic plot points in Fast & Furious (reviewed here: Film Review: Fast & Furious (2009)) and a element that made that film the best in the franchise so far.

A Michelle Rodriguez Fast and Furious photo:

Michelle Rodriguez Fast and Furious

Michelle Rodriguez Fast and Furious

Michelle Rodriguez is not the only The Fast and the Furious alumni returning to the series:

Paul Walker and Vin Diesel are set to return as rogue heroes Brian O’Connor and Dominic Toretto, respectively, while Dwayne Johnson is reprising his role as Diplomatic Security Service Agent Luke Hobbs, out to capture the boys.

For Fast 6, Justin Lin is back as director for his fourth outing in the movie series, and Chris Morgan, who wrote the past three Fast films, is back on scripting duty. Neal H. Moritz and Diesel are returning as producers.

What do you think of Michelle Rodriguez joining The Fast and The Furious 6?

For more The Fast and The Furious 6 photos, videos, and information, visit our The Fast and The Furious Page, subscribe to our RSS Feed, follow us on Twitter or FacebookThe Fast and The Furious 6 will be released in US theaters through Universal Pictures on May 24, 2013.

Source: Variety, Firstshowing

 

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