Vin Diesel will continue to live his "life a quarter mile at a time". The details are hazy at the moment, but the debut month of the first live show has been confirmed.
The Fate of the Furious star on Wednesday took to Facebook Live to provide fans with an update of Fast & Furious Live, a live event based on his high-octane series that he's taking internationally. In a Facebook video, the actor, who portrays ex-convict turned street racer Dom Toretto, said he's in New York City filming "something that is going to be pretty state of the art, something no one's ever seen before".
Diesel continued, saying "I think it's first going to be showed at the O2 Arena in London, but it's going to go all over the world and we're really excited about it". The entire franchise, over the course of its 16 years and eight films, has earned over $5.1 billion at the global box office.
He said the event will provide "a way for [fans] to see the action first-hand" in a way that's never been done before.
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'Fans will experience everything they love about the films in an up-close and incredibly cool live show, putting them in the center of the action'. With numbers like that, it's no surprise that Diesel is looking for some way to bring more Fast & Furious to fans all over the world.
Signature cars from the series will make an appearance in the show, which will utilize advanced technology and stunts to dazzle in a Los Angeles-themed arena.
Universal Studios is teamed up with Brand Events for the worldwide arena tour, based on the hit franchise, which kicks off in January. The executive producers are Chris Hughes and James Cooke-Priest, along with writer/director Rowland French.