After the success of seven successful instalment, the Fast & Furious 8 is set to hit the theatres soon. With each Fast & Furious movie, the movie is getting more application with the success of the each release. Now with each release there comes a Fast & Furious soundtrack. And now it is one of this year’s music videos has given away a mini-treasure trove to know some of the spoilers from the latest instalment. G-Eazy and Kehlani’s had team-up for the track ‘Good Life’ that features brand new footage from The Fate of the Furious or Fast & Furious 8.
There are also shots of a seemingly happy Dom (Vin Diesel) who is having some happy moments with wife Letty (Michelle Rodriguez) and we can bait, it is so different from the trailers. The trailer revealed Dom in a different light and we can expect it is before Charlize Theron, the villain entered the scene and changed Dom who will averse his family and wife.
Johnson’s Hobbs and Statham’s Deckard Shaw are tough enemies and it is known to all. They have teamed up to Charlize Theron’s character Cypher. But as they seemed smiling to each other like a ‘bro’ and that is giving the curiosity that maybe they are coming close forgetting the enmity.
Scott Eastwood’s character is also seen chilling with the team and driving car in a quite good mood. The fact that is hovering is that, the makers of the movie are trying their best to recreate the good old happy days, and the video is working to recreate the happy days. The film reunites almost the entire cast that has been accumulated over the past 16 years, including Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, Tyrese Gibson, and Jason Statham. While there will be some new entries like villainous Charlize Theron and Helen Mirren, who may play a character Dom’s mother.
UK Release Issue
While the whole world is rejoicing the almost on the verge of releasing the film, there is a news regarding the movie’s release in UK. As per the reports the movie will come with some cuts and likely to be classified 15 uncut but their preferred 12A classification could be achieved by reducing one scene of violence. It is a fact that the very first film in the series, The Fast and the Furious, every single movie of the franchise has been rated a 12A in the UK, with 2 Fast 2 Furious actually got cut for the certificate, to avoid some of the extreme violence scenes.
Directed by F. Gary Gray and while written by Chris Morgan, this movie is so much in hype for its explicit star cast and extraordinary action scenes. Paul Walker’s absence though is too crucial, as he had a great fan following, but the best part is the movie has not denied his presence and if we see the trailer carefully, we will get some glances of him. Fast and Furious will be released in UK cinemas on April 12, and it will be in the US two days later.