Fans of "Fast and Furious 8" are in for a treat as new details of the movie, which is set to premiere on theaters in 2017, was revealed. It is said that "Fast 8" will feature different types of killer supercars, to add more Iceland explosions and there will be three new additions to "FF8" cast.
Fast 8 will trash Rally Fighters, Lamborghinis, and Imprezas with those Ripsaws in Iceland https://t.co/SmBiiOjM5L pic.twitter.com/PqhdlmwkHl— Jalopnik (@Jalopnik) February 25, 2016
Aside from the cars mentioned above, it is said that "Fast and Furious 8" is also expected to feature vehicles without proper wheels, as some military-looking machinery, supercars and armored Ram trucks were spotted arriving in Iceland, Autoblog reported. These trucks and military looking equipment is said to come from Howe and Howe Technologies Inc.
With the filming of "FF8" taking place in Iceland, "Fast and Furious 8" crew was given a go to pull off some explosions at Langavatn Lake during the taping, which will reportedly be the largest explosion ever filmed in the country, Grape Vine reported.
Aside from Iceland, Universal Pictures is now seeking an approval from Cuba and the U.S governments to film a portion of "Fast & Furious" next installment in Cuba.
Meanwhile, on "FF8's" casting roles, there are rumors that Michelle Rodriguez's ex-girlfriend Cara Delevingne will have a possible appearance to the upcoming sequel. It is said that Rodriguez, who plays Letty Ortiz in "Fast and Furious" franchise, welcomes the idea of Delevingne joining the cast.
Other rumored actresses to join the cast includes Charlize Theron, who was last seen in "Mad Max: Fury Road" movie, Helen Miren and Eva Mendez (making a comeback to reprise her role as Agent Fuentes back in "2 Fast 2 Furious"). Theron is said to play as the female villain, thanks to her villainous part as Queen Ravenna in "Snowhite and the Huntsman," Deadline reported.