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Fast and Furious (movie series)

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  • 'Unsafe speed' cited in probe of crash that killed actor Paul Walker

    The high-performance Porsche that "Fast & Furious" actor Paul Walker was riding in may have been traveling more than 93 mph, too fast for the curvy road in a Santa Clarita business park where it crashed and burst into flames, killing him and the driver,...
  • 'Fast and Furious' Director Justin Lin on 'Times Square'

    "Fast and Furious" director Justin Lin is heading for "Times Square," signing for the crime thriller project at Focus Features. Producers for "Times Square" are Chernin Entertainment, Perfect Storm and Far Hills Pictures. Lin and Troy Craig Poon are...
  • Film Review: 'Need for Speed'

    To say that "Need for Speed" is one of the better movies derived from a videogame source may not sound like much of an endorsement given the competition ("Street Fighter," "Tekken," "Super Mario Bros."), but it's an apt description of this mash note to...
  • Widow of driver in Paul Walker crash sues Porsche

    The widow of the driver in the car crash that killed "Fast and Furious" star Paul Walker in November has sued Porsche, alleging that faults in the design of the automaker's Carrera GT led to the deadly accident. The lawsuit was filed Monday on behalf of...
  • Comcast profit jumps 15% on rise in high-speed Internet customers

    Comcast profit jumps 15% on rise in high-speed Internet customers
    Cable giant Comcast Corp.'s second-quarter profit increased 15% as more customers signed up for its high-speed Internet service. The Philadelphia company added 203,000 high-speed subscribers during the April-June quarter, more than making up for...
  • Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson wraps on "Fast and Furious 7"

    After being delayed for several months following the death of its star, it looks likes filming for 'Fast and Furious 7' might finally be wrapping up. Freedom grad Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson who also stars in the movie, tweeted Tuesday that he was done...
  • Alex Kurtzman, Chris Morgan to reboot Universal's classic monsters

    Like Dr. Frankenstein in his arcane laboratory, Universal Pictures is on a mission to revive the dead. The studio is embarking on a project to reboot its library of classic monster movies, with writer-producers Alex Kurtzman (of the "Star Trek" and...
  • Comcast profit jumps 15%, fueled by Internet service growth

    Comcast Corp.'s second-quarter profit increased 15% as more customers signed up for its high-speed Internet and phone service. The Philadelphia cable giant generated net income of $1.99 billion, or 76 cents a share, compared to $1.73 billion, or 65...
  • Bing Russell's grandsons explore his 'Battered Bastards of Baseball'

    Bing Russell's grandsons explore his 'Battered Bastards of Baseball'
    Bing Russell had several claims to fame. He played Deputy Clem on NBC's blockbuster western series "Bonanza." He's the father of movie star Kurt Russell. And he owned a baseball team. Not the Dodgers, mind you, or the Yankees or any team you probably...
  • Steven Spielberg Reluctant to Hire an Outsider to Replace Stacey Snider (EXCLUSIVE)

    With Stacey Snider's planned exit from DreamWorks, the co-chair and CEO has handed off the day-to-day creative reins to production president Holly Bario, who is one of the lead candidates to succeed the executive when her contract expires at year end....
  • 'Fast & Furious 7' wraps production, thanks fans for support

    The long and winding journey of "Fast & Furious 7" passed a significant milestone Thursday, as the film wrapped production on the eve of its original release date. Initially scheduled to open July 11, the Universal film was ultimately postponed to April...