In a few days it will finally arrive: Furious 7, the latest and biggest installment of the Fast & Furious franchise. And while the death of series star Paul Walker does put a damper on some of the excitement, this is still a great time to celebrate one of Hollywood’s most reliable and inventive franchises. In 15 years, Fast & Furious has evolved from a simple B-movie about a couple of street racers to an international crime epic spanning multiple continents and dozens of characters.
A trailblazing car just fetched a trailblazing price.
A look back at five rides we wanted so bad as kids, and we would love just as much right now.
But then he holds his nose before hitting the water. He holds his nose!
Damien Walters is the man -- the stuntman, that is.
In interviews, Mad Max: Fury Road director George Miller talked about wanting to show his movie in black-and-white. In a conversation with director Edgar Wright, he explained that “the default position for everyone is to de-saturate post-apocalyptic movies. There’s only two ways to go, make them black and white — the best version of this movie is black and white, but people reserve that for art movies now.” There were rumblings of a theatrical release of a black-and-white Fury Road, but that never came to pass. But the monochromatic print (heavy on the chrome, in this case) of the movie is coming to Blu-ray, and you’ll be able to get it before the end of the year.
You can roll out in Tupac Shakur's last purchased vehicle for a cool $100,000.
New York Mets outfielder Yoenis Cespedes is the motor that makes the team's lineup go. He's also got a motor all of Major League Baseball can't help but notice.
The Russians are coming! The Russians are coming -- in a really sweet ride.
Watch a world-class sports car put together piece by tantalizing piece.