“If one day the speed kills me, do not cry because I was smiling.”

Paul Walker

It is beyond sad to know that Hollywood lost such a young soul this weekend.  Here, we are paying tribute, as it is a shock when a life is taken so unexpectedly.  As many around the world now know, Paul Walker was best known for his role in the Fast & Furious series.  With his death, many are left to wonder what the future holds for the popular film series that also stars Vin Diesel and Tyrese Gibson.

Walker died on the scene of a crash on November 30th where he was a passenger, along side his racing teammate Roger Rodus.  Speed was a factor when the car slammed into a pole and was quickly engulfed in flames, trapping both Walker and Rodus.  The irony of the cause of death is the least of our worries, but something that cannot be ignored.  May both Paul Walker and Roger Rodus rest in peace.

Paul Walker and Vin Diesel

Paul Walker and Vin Diesel

Tyrese mourns the loss of his fallen brother at the site of the crash.

Tyrese mourns the loss of his fallen brother at the site of the crash.

Fast & Furious 6 Spoiler Alert: What Villain Is Introduced At the End?


I was one of many people to see the new installment of Fast & Furious and let’s just say, the ending threw me off.  As you all know, the movies are shown out of sequence, which can cause some confusion.  Just so you know, this post is a SPOILER to help those, like me, that need help connecting the dots.

So, here you go!  Don’t continue reading if you don’t want to know what happens at the end of Fast & Furious 6!  This breakdown is courtesy of Ain’t it Cool and is written in their own words:

At the end of FAST & FURIOUS 6, the crew has helped Hobbs (Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson) in dispatching of Luke Evans’ Owen Shaw, earning their full pardons, enabling them to return back home, with Dom (Vin Diesel), Brian (Paul Walker) and Letty (Michelle Rodriguez) all seemingly ready to live the rest of their lives free and happily ever after.

Now this is where the big reveal comes in. As it was structured when I cemented this information, the following sequence was placed immediately after that peaceful ending, but it’s entirely possible that it may be shifted to occur sometime during the end credits, much like the reveal of Letty still being alive was during FAST FIVE. 

We then see a pair of hands on a steering wheel, with Japanese suddenly coming across a police scanner in the car. In addition, looking around the car, we see that the inside of this particular S-Class has been reinforced for some reason. The scanner puts out the call for all units to respond to a high-speed chase taking place between an orange and black Mazda RX-7 and a grey Nissan 350Z, and this suped-up Mercedes floors it, taking off from its parked position. 

This mysterious driver monitors the chase from a parallel road before getting ahead of the pursuit. At this point, he heads down a street on his left at an incredibly high rate of speed. Upon seeing the RX-7 approaching the coming intersection, the driver floors it, timing his entry into the intersection to slam right into the side of the Mazda, sending it rolling over upside-down, as the S-Class appears only minimally damaged.  

This mystery driver then steps out of the vehicle, and it is now that we finally learn who is behind the wheel…

Are you ready for it…?


Statham, playing Owen Shaw’s older brother Ian, walks up to the RX-7 and over towards the driver of the vehicle, which we now see is Han (Sung Kang). 


We now see that we are right smack in the middle of THE FAST AND THE FURIOUS: TOKYO DRIFT.

Statham tosses his brother’s SAS dog tags into the car, next to the trapped and helpless Han, and, as he walks away, he pulls out his cell and makes a call, calling Dom. Very briefly, as Han’s car explodes in the background, much as it did in TOKYO DRIFT, Statham’s Shaw warns Dom that he doesn’t know him, but he’s about to… and, as he walks into the gathering crowd unnoticed, FAST & FURIOUS 6 ends, and we’re right on the doorstep to where FAST & FURIOUS 7 will take off. 


Now, if you’ll remember… Statham was reportedly up for the villainous role of Owen Shaw for this summer’s film before he turned down the offer. Well, that wasn’t entirely true, now was it? Statham simply accepted a smaller part this time around to build to his much bigger and more established inclusion for the seventh film in the series, which now looks to put the FAST & FURIOUS crew back on the run in some respects, as Statham gives chase, seeking revenge for what happens to his younger brother in #6. 

And, as a bonus, TOKYO DRIFT has finally been connected to the rest of the series, answering the question of just how far into the future it took place in relation to the other films. We now know it is between 6 and 7.