Vin Diesel Posts Video from First Day of Filming for Fast&Furious 7

If you could travel back in time to the year 2001 and ask someone if he or she believed that the Fast and Furious movie would become popular enough for a trilogy, the answer would have likely been “no”, yet here we are, getting ready for the seventh adventure of the franchise.

Heck, it seems like yesterday that we were posting our thoughts on the sixth movie released in April, and now, we have one of the main characters and stars of Fast & Furious 7, Vin Diesel, who reprises the role of Dominic-bridge jumping-Toretto, posting a video from the first day of filming in Atlanta.

“We’re on the set of the next installment of the Fast & Furious saga!” said Diesel in a Facebook posting.

The seventh film of the series takes off from where the last one ended, with most of the characters returning, including Dwayne Johnson, while action star Jason Statham joins the franchise.

If you happen to be in the metro Atlanta area and spot some filming going on, well, you know where to send your pictures and videos…

Update: The Facebook video was removed, but not before it was picked up on YouTube


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