Either Vin Diesel and Paul Walker are really hurting for work -- likely -- or the duo have been keening to get behind the wheel of some 'muscle' car. No, you are not imagining things, the duo are actually considering a return to The Fast and the Furious franchise.
Vin Diesel and Paul Walker Thinking of Returning to The Fast and the Furious
It looks like one big Fast and the Furious reunion. Justin Lin and Chris Morgan, the minds behind the first installment, are looking to return to directing and writing duties, respectively.
Neal Moritz will produce the fourth installment with Vin Diesel, who will be running things under his One Race Films banner.
Though the story line is being kept under wraps, most can assume that the film won't be about pickup trucks. I did, however, 'drift' my own Dodge Ram into a light pole last winter. Totalled it; awesome.
The first Fast and the Furious was a surprise hit with more than $144 million at the box office. The film also helped launch the careers of both Vin Diesel and Paul Walker. Diesel sat out the second installment, but popped in for a cameo in Tokyo Drift, a film which replaced Walker with Lewis Black as the title character.
Vin Diesel will next star in Babylod A.D., while Walker just finished the indie drama The Heaven Project.