Mar 08, 2016 10:04 PM EST

‘Fast and Furious 8’ Cast, News and Updates: A ‘Superyacht,’ More Massive Vehicles Plus Mr. Nobody And The Big Apple In ‘Fast 8?’

A superyacht for "Fast and Furious 8"? When you talk about Vin Diesel's Dominic Toretto and the whole gang of the upcoming "Fast and Furious" installment, "Fast 8," one thing that surely lights up in every fan's mind are the vehicles that will be used and featured in the movie.

After the reveal that the Universal's "Fast 8" will be using multiple Ripsaw ATVs, Jalopnik delivered exciting news for the upcoming 2017 movie which totally lines up well with the idea of "explosions." According to the outlet, the new franchise starring Dwayne Johnson, Jason Statham and Michelle Rodriguez will "blow up" Iceland.

The outlet previously unveiled that huge, powerful vehicles like Murciélagos, Imprezas and a Rally Fighter were just some of the vehicles being used in "Fast and Furious 8." In addition to this, the publication also discovered that "custom built ATVs, military vehicles and heavily armored Dodge trucks" are also in the shooting location in Iceland.

Apart from these updates, Checking News revealed that Kurt Russell's Mr. Nobody role in "Fast 8" will reprise his role in the upcoming 2017 movie. Russell's character is assumed to acts as a catalyst as well in the next franchise. Aside from Portland, the gears of this eighth franchise also brings them to the busy streets of New York City.

Meanwhile, a massive state-of-the art yacht is also getting a huge deal of attention while "Fast 8" is currently on the works. Not to let the readers be confused, this "44-meter superyacht" is known as "Fast and Furious." This superyacht was just unveiled in the 2016 International Boat Show and truly moves very swiftly at 42 knots due to its lightweight design.

Catch "Fast and Furious 8" in cinemas on Apr. 14, 2017.

 

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