If you have grown up watching The Fast and Furious movies, then my friend, we here have some news that will blow your mind away. Buckle up, adrenaline lovers, because the franchise is revving its engines for an epic finale that will blow your mind! In a surprising revelation, Vin Diesel has spilled the beans, announcing that The Fast & Furious X is going to be a three-part extravaganza. With heart-pounding action, gravity-defying stunts, and a pulse-pounding storyline, this trilogy promises to redefine the limits of cinematic spectacle.
A Tribute to a Cast Member
The franchise lost one of its most beloved cast members, Paul Walker, almost a decade ago, and they have decided to pay a special tribute to the legend. Walker’s daughter, Meadow, who has been coming to sets with him since she was one, has decided to shift her position from behind the camera to in front of it. That’s right! 15-year-old Meadow Walker is finally ready to showcase her talent on the big screen by making her debut in Fast X. She has always considered herself a member of the F&F family, and she is finally going to showcase her love for it to the world.
Fast X – A Trilogy?
During the world premiere of Fast X in Rome, Vin Diesel tipped off the media that Fast X might turn out to be a trilogy. Although he never gave a sure-shot answer, another member of the cast, Michelle Rodriquez, did confirm the trilogy of the movie. According to Diesel, the movie was supposed to be a two-parter, one releasing this year and the next in 2025, but it was after the executives saw part one that they decided to consider turning it into a three-parter part of the franchise. So, tighten your seat belts because who knows what’s coming next.
Sometimes, humans do little things that cement one’s faith in humanity again. Like this incident in South Carolina, where a rare orange lobster gained a second shot at life after an employee recognized that its color was unique. The incident took place in a Red Lobster franchise where the workers rallied to save the not-so-red lobster from being presented on a plate. Read on to know more about this peculiar case.
The one-in-30-million lobster was found by fishing boats in the Northern Atlantic. Usually, fishermen throw orange lobsters back into the sea, but this little creature somehow evaded notice and found itself in a Red Lobster instead. Employees first took notice of the fact that the live lobster’s color resembled that of a cooked lobster. They promptly decided to save it, and named her Cheddar in honor of the franchise’s Cheddar Bay biscuits. The employees donated the rare crustacean to the Ripley’s Aquarium in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina so that it could live out its very unique existence.
Nicole Bott, senior director of communications at Red Lobster stated how proud she was of the team for recognizing the unique sea creature and ensuring it found a new home in the aquarium. However, PETA has stated that the lobster should be returned to the wild. The NGO further continued that lobsters journey more than 100 miles or more a year, and Cheddar deserved to explore the world from her own home, the ocean, and not a tank. However, ABC News has countered with a report that states that the striking orange color of the lobster is bound to attract predators. Either way, it is a happy day for Cheddar as she gets to live another day and have her own dinner instead of being dinner.