Interactive film trailer: 'Fast Five' with Vin Diesel
Thursday 21 April 2011
The fifth installment of the
Fast and Furious franchise is raring to go at the box office with an interactive trailer posted on Yahoo on April 20, allowing fans to peek at the new movie and pull up the past films in the series.
Viewers can click on specific spots in the interactive video to learn more about the film and the characters and see behind-the-scenes footage, vehicle photos, cast interviews, excerpts and details from past films in the franchise.
In this action-adventure, Vin Diesel's and Paul Walker's characters are on the run in Rio de Janiero, where they decide to pull one last heist in order to gain their freedom. The film also stars Dwayne Johnson ( The Other Guys), rapper Chris "Ludacris" Bridges ( No String Attached) and Tyrese Gibson ( Transformers).
Fast Five is set to be released on April 21 in the UK and Australia, on April 28-29 in Germany, Russia, North America and other markets, on May 4-6 in further international markets, and in Japan on October 15. It premiered in Brazil on April 15.
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