The first The Fast and the Furious film hit theaters in 2001.
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The first film to feature The Rock was Fast Five. Vin Diesel asked his Facebook fans for ideas for the movie and a lot of them suggested casting The Rock, so the producers reached out to him and he agreed.
Ja Rule's character in the first film was named Edwin.
2 Fast 2 Furious hit theaters in 2003!
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Dom's favorite drink is a Corona.
Fast & Furious was technically the fourth film because Vin Diesel wrote and directed, Los Bandoleros a 20-minute short film. This film was a prequel to Fast & Furious where Dom and his crew get together in the Dominican Republic and plan the truck heist. The order goes as follows: 1. The Fast and the Furious 2. 2 Fast 2 Furious 3. Los Bandoleros 4. Fast & Furious 5. Fast Five 6. Fast & Furious 6 7. The Fast and the Furious : Tokyo Drift 8. Furious 7
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Nissan Skyline GT-R R34
O'Conner drives a Nissan Skyline GT-R 34. The same Skyline was listed for sale for over $1 million years after the movie had wrapped.
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2 Fast 2 Furious!
Diesel reportedly turned down a $25 million pay day and did not appear in 2 Fast 2 Furious. He told Variety that things didn't work out because, ""[Universal Studios] didn't take a Francis Ford Coppola approach to it. They approached it like they did sequels in '80s and '90s, when they would drum up a new story unrelated for the most part, and slap the same name on it."
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Fast & Furious 7
Furious 7 made $351,032,910 in the domestic box office and $1,514,019,071 in the worldwide box office.
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Since there's such a huge emphasis on drifting in the movie it's only natural that the "Drift Kings" would have their own abbreviation.
In Fast Five 260 cars were destroyed.