The Rock vs Vin Diesel Wrestlemania 33 – Promo…(Video)

What !!! A fanatsy dream match between The Rock and Vin Diesel.
-The new rumor that the supposed rift between Fast 8’s two biggest stars is actually a “prank” being staged as part of a publicity stunt.
The apparent endgame…? Vin Diesel and The Rock opting to settle their differences in hand-to-hand combat at Wrestlemania XXXIIII
It was great that we realized that the two actresses are still real friends and they have nothing to do with the speculations that have confused with each other!
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The 15 Hottest Women From the “Fast & Furious” Movies Once Fast & Furious 6 drops in theaters this Friday, the franchise will have died harder than Bruce Willis and his five films, tying Rocky and Star Wars with the number of sequels. Who would have ever thought a movie about tuned imports would go toe-to-toe with the likes of the Italian Stallion or Yoda. Surprising, it is.

When you peel away the automotive-themed layers and get to the core of the films, the secret to the franchise’s success is simple: fast cars, furious action, family themes, and last, but certainly not least, fine females. And over the course of a half-dozen films, there have been exquisite examples of the latter. So many, we dedicated an entire list to it. As we prepare for the end of the week launch, take a look at The 15 Hottest Women From the “Fast & Furious” Movies.
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Devon Aoki

Appears In: 2 Fast 2 Furious

Of happa descent-half Japanese, half German and English-Devon Aoki had the misfortune to star solely in 2 Fast 2 Furious. Nevertheless, Devon’s career in Hollywood progressed, appearing in films such as D.E.B.S. and Sin City.

Liza Lapira

Appears In: Fast & Furious Liza Lapira has a cute, bookish look. She’s one of those types you would meet at a library, church or accounting firm. So, it made sense that Liza was cast as Agent Sophie Trinh alongside Brian O’Conner in the fourth outing.

Nikki Griffin

Appears In: The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift
In Tokyo Drift, Nikki Griffin plays Cindy, the consummate high school hottie. In the first act of film, Cindy plays the role as the temptress who inadvertently instigates a race between the protagonist, Sean Boswell, and her boyfriend Clay, the high school jock. When the wager of the race hits an impasse between the two conflicting characters, Nikki’s character offers the ultimate prize: herself. Talk about going all in.

Caroline Correa

Appears In: The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift
Before Han ever got with the hotness that is Gal Gadot (wait, is it technically after?), he was big pimpin’ in Tokyo, messing with the likes of females such as Caroline Correa. She’s so hot, Caroline’s credited simply as “Sexy Brazilian Model” in the film. Oddly, prior to acting out her Asian inclinations, Caroline appeared in Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith as Sheltay Retrac, one of Bail Organa’s aides.
Verena Mei

Appears In: The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift
When the character Han demonstrates that a donut maneuver is the automotive equivalent of a mating dance, Verena Mei falls prey to his smoke-filled charms. Sitting passenger in a R33 Nissan Skyline (a car almost as equally sexy), Verena jots down on a piece of paper what we can only assume is her contact info. If only it were that easy. Coincidentally, prior to her cameo in the film, Verena Mei was an import model-turned-drifter who competed in drift events. Sadly, she has since retired.
Aiko Tanaka

Appears In: The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift In Tokyo Drift, Aiko Tanaka was one half of the somewhat infamous “Ready, set, go” pair. An import model of Japanese ethnicity, casting her to say the word “set,” or “set-to,” was as spot-on as casting Tom Cruise as the Last Samurai. Er, wait. Kaila Yu

Appears In: The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift The other half of the “Ready, set, go” pair, Kaila Yu was a shoe-in for the part. Kaila is one of the original import model icons, gracing the pages of many car magazines. Kaila has since parlayed her experience in the limelight making music. The Taiwanese-American hotness is the lead vocalist for Nylon Pink, the self-touted “only all-Asian American female band in the U.S.” We’ll always remember Kaila as the “Asian American female who said the word ‘ready’ dressed as a sexy Asian cowgirl in Tokyo Drift.”

Gina Carano

Appears In: Fast & Furious 6 Gina Carano can beat the shit out of 90-percent of the male population. That’s one part scary, and for some reason, two parts extremely freaking hot. Gina has not only appeared in American Gladiators as Crush, she was originally a bonafide Kickboxer and MMA fighter with a 12-1-1 (wins-losses-draws) record in the former and 7-1-0 (wins-losses-draws) record in the latter. Having transitioned into acting, the knock-out packs a punch as a member of the Dwayne Johnson’s crew (Agent Hobbs) in Fast & Furious 6.
Jordana Brewster

Appears In: The Fast and the Furious, Fast & Furious, Fast Five, Fast & Furious 6

Jordana Brewster plays Mia Toretto, sister of Dominic, or Vin Diesel. It’s a good thing Jordana looks nothing like Vin Diesel with long hair. That would be weird. One should never visualize Vin Diesel with long hair. While it’s easy to overlook Jordana, thanks to some of her more ostentatious female colleagues, she’s still extremely attractive. Like, you would totally hit on Jordana if you saw her at a bar. Sober. And you would get rejected. Badly.

Michelle Rodriguez

Appears In: The Fast and the Furious, Fast & Furious, Fast & Furious 6
Michelle Rodriguez is Hollywood’s go-to actress to play the bad-ass chick. She’s like the female Chuck Norris, only Latina and sexy. If not wearing pants in a relationship is your thing, Michelle would be the perfect ride-or-die chick. She’s so hard, her character Letty died in the fourth film but still managed to come back to life in the sixth chapter (spoiler alert for those who have been living under a rock that shields you from movie trailers). That’s on some Marvel and DC shit.
Rita Ora

Appears In: Fast & Furious 6 A Brit by way of Kosovo, Rita Ora should be familiar to Complex readers. After all, she was on the cover of the magazine less than a year ago. A sneakerhead and a recording artist, Rita signed to Jay Z’s label Roc Nation, and dropped her first self-titled album, Ora, last year to much fanfare. So, you can imagine our surprise when we saw Rita make a cameo (spoiler alert, for real) in the new film doing a British rendition of “Ready, set, go.” If you want to see a leaked image, just do a quick google search.

Nathalie Kelley

Appears In: The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift If there were an award for the Most Underrated Hottie amongst the Fast & Furious films (make that films in the past 10 years, period), it would go to Nathalie Kelley, the chiseled-jawed actress with an exotic beauty matched only by her equally exotic voice. If Nathalie had starred in the much-hyped second film instead of the semi-Indie Tokyo Drift, she might have gone on to be as big as Eva Mendez. Instead, Nathalie has had to settle for parts in smaller films and TV shows. Strangely, after Fast & Furious, we’ve only seen her appear in a Shick Quattro commercial. Shrug.
Elsa Pataky

Appears In: Fast Five, Fast & Furious 6 Spanish women are beautiful. Proof: Elsa Pataky. As Elena Neves, Elsa plays a cop who falls for Dominic Toretto, the criminal. Conflicting morals and awkward hotness ensues. Elsa isn’t just some model, either. She’s a serious actress with a theater background and more than 10 Spanish films under her belt. But before you think you can holla with hola, Elsa’s married. To Thor. Or rather, Chris Hemsworth. Nordic gods have all the luck.
Eva Mendes

Appears In: 2 Fast 2 Furious, Fast Five (sort of) 2 Fast 2 Furious, the second film in the Fast & Furious saga, was not exactly the cream of the crop. It was the franchise’s Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, if we had to make a comparison. The film’s one saving grace was Eva Mendez. From playing a small, but memorable, part as Denzel Washington’s Betty in Training Day, the second installment of the Fast & Furious films properly introduced Eva’s smoldering deliciousness to the masses. And for that, the film gets a pass. Psyche.
Gal Gadot

Appears In: Fast & Furious, Fast Five, Fast & Furious 6 In the fourth film, the return of both Brian O’Conner and Dominic Toretto was easily overshadowed by the introduction of Gal Gadot. The former Miss Israel not only stole the movie but the entire series. In fact, Gal Gadot is one of the baddest chicks in Hollywood, period.