Action star Vin Diesel pats himself on the back for his mad social media skills, but he wasn’t serious when he told Entertainment Weekly, “Facebook really owes me billions of dollars.”Diesel explained that he was the first person, besides President Barack Obama, to obtain a million likes on Facebook. Now he has more than 40 million followers!
“Extra’s” Maria Menounos got an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at the making of “Fast & Furious 6” in London with Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson and Paul Walker.
Johnson told Maria he gets to “kick a** all over the place” and revealed he is the “alpha” on set. Staying in top shape for the role, Dwayne explained, “By the time I get to set 7, 8 o'clock in the morning I've already worked out twice and I am ready to go.”
Let the box office race begin! Jump-starting the summer movie season's official start date of May 6, "Fast Five" opened huge this past weekend, grossing $83.6 million at the U.S. box office.
Marking the biggest April opening of all time, "Fast Five" was supposed to open in June, but Universal took a chance and pushed "Five" up when "Super 8" was slotted for the same release date.
"Extra" correspondent Steve Santagati headed to Rio de Janeiro to talk with "Fast Five" stars Paul Walker, Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson.
Watch what Diesel has to say about Walker's real-life driving skills and why Johnson said, "I'm gonna be taking my fist and putting it across somebody's lips and my boot up somebody's ass."
Tough guys Dwayne Johnson and Vin Diesel could go mano-a-mano soon. Johnson is in negotiations to star in "Fast & Furious 5."
If The Rock gets the gig, he'll get some practice living in the adrenaline lane in his upcoming actioner, "Faster," opening in November.
Action star Vin Diesel stopped by an Apple store in the Big Apple for the iTunes "Meet the Filmmaker" series. Diesel spoke about the inspiration for the "Fast and Furious" prequel short film "Los Bandeleros" -- and dished details on the future of the "Furious" franchise. Don't miss it!