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F9 (also known as F9: The Fast Saga and internationally as Fast & Furious 9) is a 2021 American action film directed by Justin Lin from a screenplay by Daniel Casey and Lin. It is the sequel to The Fate of the Furious (2017), serving as the ninth main installment, and the tenth full-length film in the Fast & Furious franchise. It stars Vin Diesel as Dominic Toretto, alongside Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Chris Ludacris Bridges, John Cena, Nathalie Emmanuel, Kurt Russell, Charlize Theron, Thue Ersted Ramussen, and Anna Sawai. In the film, Toretto and the team come together to stop a world-shattering plot headed by his younger brother, Jakob (Cena).
With a ninth film planned since 2014, Lin was confirmed as director in October 2017, returning to the franchise since last directing Fast & Furious 6 (2013). F9 is the first film in the franchise since The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006) not written by Chris Morgan. Dwayne Johnson, who appeared in the previous four films, was announced to return in April 2017, but confirmed his absence in January 2019. The rest of the cast was finalized with the addition of Cena in June 2019 and principal photography began that same month and lasted until that November, with filming locations including London, Edinburgh, Tbilisi, Los Angeles, and Thailand, with an estimated production budget of up to $200 million.
F9 was originally scheduled for worldwide release by Universal Pictures on April 19, 2019, but was delayed several times, first due to the release of Hobbs & Shaw (2019) and planned release of Eon Productions s No Time to Die (2021), and then the COVID-19 pandemic. It premiered in South Korea and released internationally on May 19, 2021; it then released in the United States on June 25. The film received mixed reviews, with praise for the stunts and Lin s direction but criticism for its unrealistic action sequences. It set several pandemic box office records and grossed over $726 million worldwide, becoming the fifth-highest-grossing film of 2021. A sequel, Fast X, is set to be released on May 19, 2023.
In 1989, Jack Toretto participates in an asphalt late model race on a short track, with his sons Dominic and Jakob working in the pit crew. Dom argues with rival racer Kenny Linder about his dirty tactics. During the race, Linder s car clips Jack s bumper, causing his car to crash and burn, killing him. A week after, Dom is arrested for beating Linder to near death. While serving his sentence, he recalls that Jakob had worked on their father s car the day he died and concludes that Jakob killed their father. Upon release, Dom confronts and challenges Jakob to a race, forcing him to leave town when he loses.
In 2019, two years after the confrontation against cyberterrorist Cipher, Dom is retired and raising his son Brian with his wife, Letty Ortiz. Roman Pearce, Tej Parker, and Ramsey arrive with news that, shortly after arresting Cipher, Mr. Nobody s plane was attacked by rogue agents, who abducted Cipher and crashed in Montequinto, South America. Although reluctant at first, Dom agrees to help them after realizing Jakob is involved. Searching the plane, they find part of a device named Project Aries, which can hack into any computer-controlled system. The team is then ambushed by a private army led by Jakob, who steals the device; Michael Stasiak helps Dom s crew escape to their safe house. Dom s sister Mia arrives to help, and Dom reluctantly allows her to join. The team learns that Han Lue is connected to Project Aries, and Letty and Mia go to Tokyo to investigate.
Meanwhile, Jakob meets with Otto, his associate and financier. Cipher, who is being held at their base, tells Jakob that the other half of Aries is in Edinburgh. Dom meets his father s former mechanic, Buddy, who took Jakob in after his exile, and learns that Jakob is in London. In Tokyo, Letty and Mia find Han alive, along with his ward, Elle. Roman and Tej recruit Sean Boswell, Twinkie, and Earl Hu, who have been working on a rocket car . In London, Dom meets Queenie Shaw, who gives him Jakob s location. Dom confronts Otto and Jakob; Otto has Dom arrested, but Leysa, Dom s old friend, rescues him. Tej, Roman, and Ramsey join Dom in Edinburgh, where Jakob is using an electromagnet to steal the other half of the Project Aries device. Tej and Roman find the truck containing the electromagnet; as they fight Otto s men, Ramsey commandeers the truck to chase after Otto.
Dom intercepts Jakob and the two fight throughout the city. Before Otto can extract Jakob, Ramsey runs his car off the road and uses the electromagnet to capture Jakob. At the safe house, Han reveals that he was assigned by Mr. Nobody to protect Elle and Project Aries, as Elle s DNA is its biometric activation key. When one of Mr. Nobody s agents, later revealed to be Jakob, went rogue, they used Deckard Shaw to fake Han s death and protect Elle. Otto attacks the safehouse and frees Jakob, who reveals to Dom that their father, wanting to escape deep debt, had instructed Jakob to tamper with his car to throw the race. Jakob and Otto kidnap Elle and take the other half of the Project Aries device. Otto launches a satellite into orbit, while Jakob has Elle activate Aries. They begin uploading Aries to the satellite, moving throughout Tbilisi in an armored truck.
Dom, Letty, Mia, Ramsey, and Han race to stop the upload. As Mia and Han try to breach the truck, Otto double-crosses Jakob, throwing him off the truck. Dom and Mia save Jakob, and in turn he helps Dom access the truck. Using the rocket car, Tej and Roman enter orbit and destroy the satellite, stopping the upload. Cipher, now working alongside Otto, bombs the truck using a UAV in an attempt to kill Dom, unintentionally killing Otto; Dom uses the ricocheting truck to destroy Cipher s drone as she escapes once more. Dom and Mia reconcile with Jakob, and allow him to escape custody in Dom s car. Tej and Roman reach the International Space Station and are safely returned to earth. The team celebrates their success with a barbecue at Dom s house. While preparing to say grace, Brian O Conner s car arrives in the driveway. In a mid-credits scene, Deckard comes face-to-face with Han, shocked to see him alive.
- Vin Diesel as Dominic Toretto, a former criminal and professional street racer who has retired and settled down with his wife, Letty, and his son, Brian Marcos. Diesel s son Vincent Sinclair portrays a young Dominic, while Vinnie Bennett portrays a teenage Dominic.
- Michelle Rodriguez as Letty Ortiz, Dom s wife, and a former criminal and professional street racer. Azia Dinea Hale portrays a young Letty.
- Tyrese Gibson as Roman Pearce, an ex-habitual offender, expert street racer and a member of Dom s team.
- Chris Ludacris Bridges as Tej Parker, a mechanic from Miami and a member of Dom s team.
- John Cena as Jakob Toretto, Dom and Mia s estranged brother who is working as a master thief, assassin, and high-performance driver; also Mr. Nobody s rogue agent. Finn Cole portrays a young Jakob.
- Nathalie Emmanuel as Ramsey, a British computer hacktivist and a member of Dom s team.
- Jordana Brewster as Mia Toretto, Dom and Jakob s sister and a member of the former s team who has settled down with her partner, Brian O Conner, and their two children. Siena Agudong portrays a young Mia.
- Sung Kang as Han Lue, a member of Dom s team who was believed to have been killed.
- Michael Rooker as Buddy, an auto mechanic who has ties to Dom s past as a member of his father s pit crew.
- Helen Mirren as Magdalene Queenie Ellmanson-Shaw, the mother of Dom s former enemies Deckard and Owen.
- Kurt Russell as Mr. Nobody, an intelligence operative and the leader of a covert ops team.
- Charlize Theron as Cipher, a criminal mastermind and cyberterrorist who is an enemy of Dom s team.
- Thue Ersted Rasmussen as Otto, a son of an aristocrat who is the financier for Jakob.
- Anna Sawai as Elle, a girl whose scientist parents who were involved in the Aries project were killed when she was young. She has since allied with Han and has learned martial arts and weapons to defend herself.
Additionally, J. D. Pardo portrays Jack Toretto, Jim Parrack portrays Kenny Linder, Martyn Ford portrays Sue, and Cardi B portrays Leysa, a woman who shares history with Dom and Magdalene. Karson Kern and Igby Rigney portray young versions of Vince and Jesse, respectively.
Lucas Black, Don Omar, and Shea Whigham reprise their respective roles as Sean Boswell, Santos, and Agent Michael Stasiak from previous films, while Shad Moss and Jason Tobin also reprise their respective roles as Twinkie and Earl from The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006). Cered and Ozuna portray young versions of Leo and Santos, respectively. Jason Statham reprises his role as Deckard Shaw in an uncredited cameo appearance during the end credits and Puerto Rican rapper Bad Bunny appeared as Lookout.
In November 2014, Universal Pictures chairwoman Donna Langley told The Hollywood Reporter that there would be at least three more films in the franchise after Furious 7 (2015). In October 2017, Diesel revealed in a Facebook live video that Justin Lin, who directed every film from The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift through Fast & Furious 6, would be returning for the ninth and tenth films. In May 2018, Daniel Casey was hired to write the screenplay after Morgan left due to his work on Hobbs & Shaw. Neal H. Moritz returns as producer for the ninth main installment after being left out of Hobbs & Shaw.
In April 2017, Diesel and Dwayne Johnson stated that they would return. In October 2017, Jordana Brewster, who portrayed Mia Toretto in five of the franchise s films, was set to reprise her role for the ninth and tenth entries. On April 4, 2018, Johnson stated that he was now unsure if would return for the ninth film due to working on the spin-off, and he confirmed in January 2019 that he would not be appearing in the film partly due to Johnson still having a feud with both Diesel and Gibson.
In June 2019, John Cena was officially cast in the film, after an initial announcement from Diesel in April. In July 2019, Finn Cole, Anna Sawai, and Vinnie Bennett joined the cast of the film. That same month, it was announced Helen Mirren and Charlize Theron would reprise their roles, with Michelle Rodriguez also confirmed to return. Michael Rooker and MMA Fighter Francis Ngannou were added to the cast in August. In October 2019, Ozuna and Cardi B joined the cast of the film.
Principal photography began on June 24, 2019, at Leavesden Studios in Hertfordshire, England. Filming took place in Los Angeles, Edinburgh, and London, and also took place in Thailand for the first time, with Krabi, Ko Pha-ngan, and Phuket used as locations. Part of the film was also shot in Tbilisi, Georgia. Filming wrapped on November 11, 2019.
In July 2019, stuntman Joe Watts, who doubled for Diesel, sustained a serious head injury during filming at Leavesden Studios. In September 2020, Michelle Rodriguez confirmed the film would be set in outer space as well, which was teased by Diesel.
Dylan Highsmith, Kelly Matsumoto and Greg D Auria served as the film s editors, with additional editing provided by David Kern. Peter Chiang, who worked with Lin on Star Trek Beyond, served as the overall visual effects supervisor with DNEG, Industrial Light & Magic, Lola VFX, Stereo D and Factory VFX as the vendors. DNEG also converted the film to 3D.
On July 31, 2020, a mixtape titled Road to F9 was released, and features music inspired by the film. The mixtape was preceded by the lead single One Shot by YoungBoy Never Broke Again and Lil Baby.
Trailers for the film included the songs Family by The Chainsmokers and Kygo, Is You Ready by Migos and Selah by Kanye West.
The official soundtrack was released on June 16, 2021. The score album, composed by Brian Tyler was released on July 2, 2021.
F9 had its world premiere in South Korea on May 19, 2021, the United Kingdom on June 24 and was released in the United States on June 25. The film had five previous planned release dates in the United States between 2019 and 2021; primarily changed due to the releases of the franchise spin-off Hobbs & Shaw and the James Bond film No Time to Die as well as the COVID-19 pandemic, before moving to its eventual date. F9 was released on HBO Max on March 4, 2022.
F9 was released on Blu-ray, Ultra HD Blu-ray, and DVD on September 21, 2021, by Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. These media featured the theatrical version and a director s cut version, with the latter being 7 minutes longer. The film is also offered as a ultra-high-definition steelbook featuring the poster alongside both versions of the film. It was released as a rental on VOD services in the United States on July 30, 2021. F9 was also released on Blu-Ray and DVD on October 11, 2021, in the UK by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. In January 2022, tech firm Akami reported that F9 was the fourth most pirated film of 2021.
F9 grossed $173 million in the United States and Canada, and $553.2 million in other territories, for a worldwide total of $726.2 million.
In the United States and Canada, F9 was projected to gross $55–65 million from 4,179 theaters in its opening weekend. The film made $30 million on its first day (including $7.1 million from Thursday night previews), both the best such totals of the pandemic period. It went on to debut to $70 million, the highest-grossing weekend since Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker ($72.4 million) in December 2019. Like previous Fast & Furious films, the audience was diverse (with 37% Hispanic, 35% Caucasian, 16% Black and 8% Asian) and skewed to both younger (51% under the age of 25) and male (57%) crowds. In its second weekend, the film fell 67% to $23 million, remaining atop the box office. With Universal s F9, The Boss Baby: Family Business, and The Forever Purge finishing in the top three spots, it marked the first time a single studio accomplished the feat since February 2005. It also crossed $100 million domestically and $500 million internationally in record time for the COVID-19 pandemic era. The film made $11.4 million but was dethroned by newcomer Black Widow the following weekend, then made $7.6 million in its fourth frame, finishing in fourth.
Over its five-day international opening weekend, beginning May 19, F9 was projected to gross $160–180 million from eight countries, including China, Russia, and South Korea. It went on to debut to $163 million, the biggest international opening for a Hollywood film since the pandemic began in March 2020. It also set the pandemic-record for IMAX gross ($14 million), and was the second-biggest May international opening ever, despite playing in 26 fewer countries than the current record holder, Captain America: Civil War. The top markets from the weekend were China ($136 million; the second biggest-ever opening of the franchise in the country), South Korea ($9.9 million), Russia ($8.3 million), Saudi Arabia ($2.67 million), and the UAE ($2.64 million). In its second weekend of international release the film made $30.8 million, including $20.3 million (-85%) in China and $3.7 million (-42%) in South Korea.
On the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, 59% of 308 critics gave F9 a positive review, with an average rating of 5.7/10. The site s critics consensus reads, F9 sends the franchise hurtling further over the top than ever, but director Justin Lin s knack for preposterous set pieces keeps the action humming. According to Metacritic, which assigned a weighted average of 58 out of 100 based on 54 critics, the film received mixed or average reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of B+ on an A+ to F scale, while PostTrak reported 80% of audience members gave it a positive score, with 62% saying they would definitely recommend it.
From TheWrap, Alonso Duralde summarized the film by writing that Physics, gravity, and logic in general have long since been thrown out the window, but the jolts of pleasure keep coming. Matt Patches of Polygon criticized the film for its lack of characterization, saying, After 20 years of Fast films, Dom is a totally functional blockbuster superhero, and that F9 counteracts any character development by devoting a grating amount of time to meta-commentary on its own ridiculousness. However, he also praised Lin s direction and the set pieces by writing, Each location fills Lin s pockets with the currency of imagination, which he cashes in with absolute delight. Where previous installments built off the glory of The Italian Job, The French Connection, and Mad Max: Fury Road, F9 finds inspiration in the Harlem Globetrotters. The cars catch falling bystanders, flip over enemy off-roaders, and stage intricately choreographed attacks using amped-up magnets.
Variety s Owen Gleiberman found one of the opening scenes to be the suspenseful high point of the movie, and wrote, The scene is so over-the-top ludicrous that it s if the filmmakers were saying, Let s put what would have been the grand climax of Fast and Furious 4 in the opening half hour. Good enough. But what do you do for an encore? Writing for The Hollywood Reporter, John DeFore said that the feature probably sounds like more fun than it is, and concluded his generally negative review by saying that Furious 7 was a lot more fun. And, not that anyone cares, but it was more believable as well. Meanwhile, IndieWire s David Enrlich gave a more negative response with a C+ rating, and praised Lin s direction, writing, This is a movie that sling-shots so far past self-parody that it loops all the way back to something real. Jesse Hassenger of The A. V. Club also gave the film a C+ rating, remarking that Lin s writing just isn t as fleet as his directing—and his directing in F9 isn t as fleet as his work on Fast Five or Fast & Furious 6. He added, The problem is all the runway in between the highlights, even longer than the endless literal concrete of the Fast & Furious 6 climax. After a reinvention as a warmer, more diverse Mission: Impossible (practically name-checked here), the series has wound up more like a mid-period James Bond movie in its channel-surfing bloat.
|People s Choice Awards||The Movie of 2021||Nominated|
|The Action Movie of 2021||Nominated|
|The Male Movie Star of 2021||Vin Diesel||Nominated|
|The Female Movie Star of 2021||Charlize Theron||Nominated|
|The Action Movie Star of 2021||Vin Diesel||Nominated|
|Saturn Awards||Best Action or Adventure Film||Pending|
In October 2020, it was revealed that the series will conclude with a tenth and an eleventh installment, with Lin set to direct and the cast set to return for both. The first sequel, Fast X, is set to be released on May 19, 2023. Jason Momoa joined the cast as the film s villain, alongside Daniela Melchior and Brie Larson in undisclosed roles.
In April 2022, it was announced that Lin would be exiting as director for Fast X due to creative differences, although remaining as a producer. The next day, it was reported he would also be stepping down as director from its sequel. A week later, it was reported Louis Leterrier would be replacing Lin as director.
The Fast and the Furious is a 2001 action film directed by Rob Cohen from a screenplay by Gary Scott Thompson, David Ayer, and Erik Bergquist, from a story by Thompson. It is the first installment in the Fast & Furious franchise, and stars Paul Walker as Brian O Conner and Vin Diesel as Dominic Toretto, with Michelle Rodriguez and Jordana Brewster in supporting roles. In the film, a recent spate of automobile hijackings causes O Conner, a police officer, to go undercover and befriend Toretto, a local street racer, to investigate the matter.
The Fast and the Furious entered development in late 1998, after Cohen and producer Neal H. Moritz read a Vibe article about illegal street racing in New York City. Thompson and Bergquist wrote the original screenplay that year, with Ayer hired soon after. Various actors were considered for the roles of O Conner and Toretto, with Walker cast in 1998 and then Diesel in early 1999, with the pair attending actual street races in preparation for the film. Principal photography commenced in July 2000 and finished that October, with filming locations primarily including Los Angeles and the surrounding area in southern California. The film s title is borrowed from Roger Corman s 1954 film of the same name.
The Fast and the Furious was originally set to be released worldwide in March 2001, but was postponed until the summer. It premiered at Mann Village Theatre in Los Angeles on June 18, 2001, and was theatrically released in the United States by Universal Pictures on June 22. The film received mixed reviews from critics, with criticism for its screenplay and characterization, but praise for the action sequences and Walker and Diesel s performances, with the film considered their breakthrough roles. The Fast and the Furious was a commercial success, grossing $207 million worldwide, making it the 19th highest-grossing film of 2001. It was followed by the sequel film 2 Fast 2 Furious (2003).
On a deserted highway, a heist crew driving three modified Honda Civics assault a truck carrying electronic goods, steal its cargo, and escape into the night. The following day, a joint Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) and FBI task force sends LAPD officer Brian O Conner undercover to locate the crew. He begins his investigation at Toretto s Market and flirts with its owner Mia, sister of the infamous street racer Dominic Toretto, while Dominic sits in the back office reading a newspaper. Dominic s crew—Vince, Leon, Jesse, and Dom s girlfriend Letty—arrives. Vince, who has a crush on Mia, starts a fight with Brian until Dominic intervenes.
That night, Brian brings a modified 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse to an illegal street race, hoping to find a lead on the thieves. Dominic arrives in his Mazda RX-7 and initiates a drag race between himself, Brian and two other drivers. Lacking funds, Brian is forced to wager his car. Dominic wins the race after Brian s car malfunctions, but the LAPD arrive before Dom can take the vehicle. Brian helps Dominic escape in the Eclipse, but they accidentally venture into the territory of Dominic s old racing rival, gang leader Johnny Tran and his cousin Lance Nguyen, who destroy the Eclipse. After returning to safety, Dominic reiterates that Brian still owes him a 10 second car .
Brian brings a damaged 1994 Toyota Supra to Dominic s garage as a replacement. Dominic and his crew begin the long process of restoring the vehicle, and Brian starts dating Mia. He also begins investigating Tran, convinced that he is the mastermind behind the truck hijackings. While investigating one garage at night, Brian is discovered by Dominic and Vince. Brian convinces them that he is researching his opponents vehicles for the upcoming desert Race Wars. Together, the trio investigate Tran s garage, discovering a large quantity of electronic goods.
Brian reports the discovery to his superiors and Tran and Lance are arrested. The electronics are proved to have been purchased legally, and Brian is forced to confront his suspicion that Dominic is the true mastermind. Brian is given 36 hours to find the heist crew, as the truckers are now arming themselves to defend against the hijackings. The following day, Dominic and Brian attend Race Wars. There, Jesse wagers his father s MK3 Volkswagen Jetta against Tran in his Honda S2000, but flees with the car after he loses. Tran accuses Dominic of reporting him to the police, causing Dominic to attack him. After security guards break up the fight, Tran demands Dominic recover the vehicle.
That night, Brian witnesses Dominic and his crew leaving and realizes they are the hijackers. He reveals his true identity to Mia and convinces her to help him find the crew. Dominic, Letty, Vince, and Leon attack a semi-trailer truck, intending it to be their final heist. The armed driver shoots Vince and runs Letty off the road. Brian arrives with Mia and rescues Vince. He is forced to reveal his identity to call in emergency medical care to save Vince. Dominic, Mia and the rest of the crew leave before the authorities can arrive.
Some time later, Brian arrives at Dominic s house to apprehend him as Dominic is getting his father s 1970 Dodge Charger R/T out of the garage. He demands Brian leave, since he is not running, but rather going to rescue Jesse who has no one else to look after him. Jesse suddenly arrives at the house and pleads for protection. Tran and Lance perform a drive-by shooting on motorcycles, killing Jesse. Brian and Dominic give chase in their separate vehicles, finding and killing Tran and injuring Lance. Brian then pursues Dominic, with them both eventually acquiescing to a quarter-mile drag race. The pair barely cross a railroad before a train passes, which ends the race in a draw, but Dominic crashes his car into a truck. Instead of arresting him, Brian gives Dominic the keys to his own car, asserting that he still owes him a 10-second car from their first race. Dominic leaves in the Supra as Brian walks away.
In the post-credits scene, Dominic is seen driving through Baja California, Mexico, in a 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS.
- Paul Walker as Brian O Conner:An LAPD officer sent to infiltrate a crew of hijackers. Mia s love interest.
- Vin Diesel as Dominic Toretto:Leader of the heist crew and a professional street racer. He was banned from professional racing after a violent retaliatory attack on the man who accidentally killed Dominic s father.
- Michelle Rodriguez as Letty Ortiz: A member of Dominic s crew and his girlfriend.
- Jordana Brewster as Mia Toretto: Dominic s sister and owner of the Toretto general store. Brian s love interest.
- Rick Yune as Johnny Tran: A Vietnamese gang leader and rival of Dominic.
- Chad Lindberg as Jesse: A member of Dominic s crew. Highly intelligent with math, algebra, and in computing, but he suffers from attention deficit disorder.
- Johnny Strong as Leon: A member of Dominic s crew.
- Matt Schulze as Vince: A member of Dominic s crew and his childhood friend. He harbors an unrequited love for Mia.
The central cast is rounded out by Ted Levine and Thom Barry as Tanner and Bilkins respectively, members of the team that organized the investigation to place Brian undercover. Noel Gugliemi appears as Hector, the organizer of the drag race. Musician and rapper Ja Rule and car tuner R.J. de Vera also act as Edwin and Danny, fellow drivers at the drag race who race against Dominic and Brian. Vyto Ruginis plays Harry, an informant and owner of The Racer s Edge. Reggie Lee portrays Lance Nguyen, Tran s cousin, and right-hand man. Neal H. Moritz and Rob Cohen both appear in cameos; Moritz plays an unnamed driver of a black Ferrari F355 convertible who is given a challenge by Brian, while Cohen plays a Pizza Hut delivery man.
Director Rob Cohen was inspired to make the film after reading a 1998 Vibe magazine article called Racer X about street racing in New York City and watching an actual illegal street race at night in Los Angeles, with the screenplay originally developed by Gary Scott Thompson and Erik Bergquist. The film s original title was Redline before it was changed to The Fast and the Furious. Roger Corman licensed the title rights of his 1954 film The Fast and the Furious to Universal so that the title could be used on this project; both films were about racing. David Ayer was brought into the project to help rework the script. Ayer changed it from the mostly white and suburban story set in New York to a diverse one set in Los Angeles.
Producer Neal H. Moritz, who had previously worked with Paul Walker on the film The Skulls (2000), gave the actor a script and offered him the role of Brian O Conner. Eminem was offered the role, but turned it down to work in his own movie 8 Mile and Mark Wahlberg and Christian Bale were also considered for the role. Originally, the studio told the producers they would green-light the film if they could get Timothy Olyphant to play the role of Dominic Toretto. Olyphant, however, who had starred in the previous year s car-themed blockbuster Gone in 60 Seconds, declined the role. Moritz instead suggested Vin Diesel, who had to be convinced to take the role even though he had only played supporting roles up to that point. The role of Mia Toretto was originally written for Eliza Dushku, who turned down the role and Sarah Michelle Gellar, Jessica Biel, Kirsten Dunst and Natalie Portman auditioned for the role.
The film was shot in various locations within Los Angeles and parts of southern California, from July to October 2000. Key locations included Dodger Stadium (on the opening scene where Brian tests his Eclipse on the parking lot), Angelino Heights, Silver Lake and Echo Park (the neighborhoods around Toretto s home), as well as Little Saigon (where Tran destroys the Eclipse) and the San Bernardino International Airport (the venue for Race Wars, which attracted over 1,500 import car owners and enthusiasts). The entire last rig heist scene was filmed along Domenigoni Parkway on the southern side of San Jacinto/Hemet in the San Jacinto Valley near Diamond Valley Lake.
Prior to filming, both Jordana Brewster and Michelle Rodriguez did not have driver s licenses, so they took driving lessons during production. For the climactic race scene between Brian and Toretto, separate shots of both cars crossing the railroad and the train crossing the street were filmed, then composited together to give the illusion of the train narrowly missing the cars. A long steel rod was used as a ramp for Toretto s car to crash through the semi-truck and fly in mid-air.
An alternate ending titled More than Furious was filmed, in which Tanner drops Brian off at the Toretto home, where he encounters Mia packing, intending to move away. Brian reveals that he resigned from the LAPD, who let him go quietly, and that he wants another chance with her. When Mia tells him that it s not going to be that simple, Brian tells her that he s got time. This ending was released in the collection bundle DVD version.
During the filming of the movie, seventy-eight cars were wrecked both on and off-screen. Out of the seventy-eight cars, three cars were shown being destroyed in the film s trailer alone.
The film s score was composed by music producer BT, mixing electronica with hip-hop and industrial influences. Two soundtracks were released for the film. The first one features mostly hip-hop and rap music. The second one, titled More Fast and Furious, features alternative metal, post-grunge and nu metal songs, as well as select tracks from BT s score.
The Fast and the Furious was released on June 22, 2001, in North America and ranked #1 at the box office, earning $40,089,015 during its opening weekend. Its widest release was 2,889 theaters. During its run, the film has made a domestic total of $144,533,925 along with an international total of $62,750,000 bringing its worldwide total of $207,283,925 on a budget of $38 million.
The Fast and the Furious was released on DVD and VHS on January 2, 2002. The DVD release sold 2.1 million copies during its first day of release, making it the second-highest single-day DVD sales of any film, behind Pearl Harbor. The film also made $18.6 million in DVD rentals, which was the highest at the time, beating Cast Away. It would hold this record for four months until it was surpassed by Harry Potter and the Sorcerer s Stone that May. More than 5.5 million home video units were sold by April 2002. A second DVD, dubbed the Tricked Out Edition , was released on June 3, 2003, and features The Turbo Charged Prelude for 2 Fast 2 Furious, a short film that set the tone of the film s sequel. An abridged version of the short film is also on the sequel s DVD release.
On Rotten Tomatoes, The Fast and the Furious has an approval rating of 54% based on 154 reviews, and an average rating of 5.40/10. The website s critical consensus reads: Sleek and shiny on the surface, The Fast and the Furious recalls those cheesy teenage exploitation flicks of the 1950s. On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 58 out of 100 based on 29 critics, indicating mixed or average reviews . Audiences surveyed by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of B+ on an A+ to F scale.
Todd McCarthy of Variety called the film a gritty and gratifying cheap thrill, Rob Cohen s high-octane hot-car meller is a true rarity these days, a really good exploitationer, the sort of thing that would rule at drive-ins if they still existed. Kevin Thomas of the Los Angeles Times called it an action picture that s surprising in the complexity of its key characters and portents of tragedy. Vin Diesel s portrayal of Dominic Torretto won praise, with Reece Pendleton of the Chicago Reader writing that Diesel carries the movie with his unsettling mix of Zen-like tranquillity and barely controlled rage.
Other reviews were more mixed. Susan Wloszczyna of USA Today gave the film 21⁄2 out of 4 stars, saying that Cohen at least knows how to keep matters moving and the action sequences exciting. Owen Gleiberman of Entertainment Weekly gave the film a C, saying it works hard to be exciting, but the movie scarcely lives up to its title. Rita Kempley of The Washington Post gave the film a scathing review, calling it Rebel Without a Cause without a cause. The Young and the Restless with gas fumes. The Quick and the Dead with skid marks. Paul Clinton of CNN wrote that Cohen created a high-octane, rubber-burning extravaganza but he criticized the film for plot holes you could drive the proverbial truck through and an idiotic ending.
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|AFI Award||Cinematographer of the Year||Ericson Core||Nominated|
|ALMA Award||Outstanding Song in a Motion Picture Soundtrack||The Fast and the Furious for the song Put It On Me||Nominated|
|ASCAP Award||Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures||Caddillac Tah for the song Put It On Me||Won|
|Black Reel||Theatrical – Best Actor||Vin Diesel||Nominated|
|BMI Film Music Award||BT||Won|
|Golden Trailer||Best Action||The Fast and the Furious||Nominated|
|Hollywood Breakthrough Award||Breakthrough Male Performance||Paul Walker||Won|
|Golden Reel Award (Motion Picture Sound Editors)||Best Sound Editing – Effects & Foley, Domestic Feature Film||Bruce Stambler (supervising sound editor)
Jay Nierenberg (supervising sound editor)
Michael Dressel (supervising foley editor)
Steve Mann (sound editor)
Kim Secrist (sound editor)
Steve Nelson (sound editor)
Howard Neiman (sound editor)
Glenn Hoskinson (sound editor)
Tim Walston (sound effects designer)
Charles Deenen (sound effects designer)
Scott Curtis (foley editor)
Dan Yale (foley editor)
|Golden Reel Award (Motion Picture Sound Editors)||Best Sound Editing – Dialogue & ADR, Domestic Feature Film||Bruce Stambler (supervising sound editor)
Jay Nierenberg (supervising sound editor)
Becky Sullivan (supervising dialogue editor/supervising adr editor)
Mildred Iatrou (dialogue editor)
Donald L. Warner Jr. (dialogue editor)
Robert Troy (dialogue editor)
Paul Curtis (dialogue editor)
William Dotson (dialogue editor)
Cathie Speakman (dialogue editor)
Nicholas Vincent Korda (adr editor)
Lee Lemont (adr editor)
|MTV Movie Award||Best On-Screen Team||Vin Diesel
|Best Movie||The Fast and the Furious||Nominated|
|Best Male Performance||Vin Diesel||Nominated|
|Breakthrough Male Performance||Paul Walker||Nominated|
|Best Action Sequence||The Fast and the Furious||Nominated|
|Stinkers Award||Most Intrusive Musical Score||Won|
|Taurus Award||Best Driving||Matt Johnston
Christopher J. Tuck
Kevin Scott (semi driver)
|Best Work With a Vehicle||Christopher J. Tuck
|Best Stunt by a Stunt Woman||Debbie Evans||Won|
|Best Stunt by a Stunt Man||Christopher J. Tuck
|Best Stunt Coordinator and/or 2nd Unit Director: Feature Film||Mic Rodgers||Won|
|Best Work With a Vehicle||Jimmy N. Roberts||Nominated|
|Hardest Hit||Mike Justus||Nominated|
|Teen Choice Awards||Choice Movie: Sleazebag||Rick Yune||Nominated|
|Choice Movie: Hissy Fit||Vin Diesel||Nominated|
|Choice Movie: Fight Scene||Paul Walker vs. Rick Yune||Nominated|
|Choice Summer Movie||The Fast and the Furious||Nominated|
Racing Champions released diecast metal replicas of the film s cars in different scales from 1/18 to 1/64. RadioShack sold ZipZaps micro RC versions of the cars in 2002. 1/24 scale plastic model kits of the hero cars were manufactured by AMT Ertl.
|Plot||Dom and the crew must take on an international terrorist who turns out to be Dom and Mia’s estranged brother.|
|Awards||Awards, 2 wins & 11 nominations|
|Writers||Daniel Casey, Justin Lin, Alfredo Botello|
|Stars||Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster|
|Produced by||Sophio Bendiashvili,Vin Diesel,Kevin Elam,Josh Henson,Jeff Kirschenbaum,Justin Lin,Bacho Meburishvili,F. Valentino Morales,Neal H. Moritz,Piya Pestonji,Thunn Pestonji,Joe Roth,Scott Shapiro,Clayton Townsend,Alexander Vegh,Samantha Vincent|
|Music by||Brian Tyler|
|Cinematography by||Stephen F. Windon|
|Film Editing by||Greg D Auria,Dylan Highsmith,Kelly Matsumoto|
|Casting By||Rachel Tenner|
|Production Design by||Jan Roelfs|
|Art Direction by||Ravi Bansal,Sopo Bazgadze,Toby Britton,Gavin Fitch,Jake Hall,Ashley Lamont,Sorayuk Mookleemas,Daniel Nussbaumer,Andrew Palmer,Alan Payne,Erik Polczwartek,Anita Rajkumar,Elicia Scales,Fay Viola,Alice Walker|
|Set Decoration by||Lucy Eyre,Brana Rosenfeld|
|Costume Design by||Sanja Milkovic Hays|
|Makeup Department||Trish Almeida,Lana Amoeva,Corinne Bossu,Paul Boyce,Christine Choi,Tanya Cookingham,Robb Crafer,Francesca Crowder,Roxy D Alonzo,Julie-Ann Devine,David DuMortier,Jacqueline Fernandez,David Forrest,Rheanne Garcia,Watana Garum,Hafasa Ghate,Lee Gren,Chloe Grice,Meghan Heaney,Catherine Heys,Kashiya Hinds,Johnny Ketterman,Amanda Knight,Roseanna Larner,Mark MacIver,Nadine Mann,Waldo Mason,Karen McKinney,Irma Melikishvili,Ahou Mofid,Bonny Monger,Jess Needham,Chloe Nelson,Sharon Nicholas,Bridget O Neill,Katie Pattenden,Bianca Stewart,Deborah Taylor,Lisa Tomblin,Robyn Wallace,Lane Friedman,Heed and Succeed|
|Production Management||Katie Byles,David Cain,Selena Carrillo,Ella Chaitow,Frank Cuomo,Michael Medina,Andy Surry,Tawhid Rike Zaman,Chris Moore|
|Second Unit Director or Assistant Director||Ahmed Amare,Sasiwimon Boonthongkhao,Adam Byles,Sinéad Doherty,Sekani Doram,Paul Drew,Fraser Fennell-Ball,Claire Frayn,Eric Glasser,Stewart Hamilton,Kate Hicks,Tim Jim Hullegie,Yu Inose,Jose Jimenez,Salome Jugeli,Vincent Lascoumes,Teariki Leonard,Ciara McIlraith,Jeremy Moffett,Sarah Mulberge,Tom Mulberge,Ryan Newberry,J.J. Perry,Spiro Razatos,Charlie Reed,Emyr Glyn Rees,James J. Reid,Elle Russell,Danielle Scott,Barney Shakespeare,Tamar Shubitidze,Paul Silver,Toby Spanton,John Alexander Stern,Kelcie Warner,Suzi Wilson,Peter Chiang,Sinéad Doherty,Alexander Vegh|
|Art Department||Wayne Adams,Douglas Allam,Malikah Almaghrabi,Oliver Arndt,Kyle Beament,William Bennett,Gabor Biro,Salah Boudrar,Matt Boyton,Max Bradley,Phillip Bradley,Martel Ronald Josiyah Brown,Toby Browne,Mark Buck,Laurence Burns,Mark Button,Alex Caldow,Chris Caldow,Martin Campbell,Richard Caron,Robert Castillo,Ian Chapman,Matthew Clark,Peter C. Clarke,Stephen Clements,Lindsay Coda,Roman Coltellaro,Robert Cook,Bradley Cooper,Mitchell Cooper,Curtis Corbitt,Nathan Cornwell,Chris Cull,Craig Cull,Paul Curren,Sam Curren,Joseph Dalton,Luke Dass,Helen Dawson,Bevan de Kock,Ryan de Silva,Amy Diamond,Michael Diersing,James Doh,Colin Dye,Madeleine Dymond,Nancy Eadington,Justin Elterman,Charlotte Epstein,Pierre Farinole,Josephine Farr,Pete Fielding,Colin H. Fraser,Martin Freeman,Niall George,Stephanie Gibbins,Kristin Gibler,Daniel Gibson,Cody Gillies,Gary Goble,M. Marcos Gonzalez,Thomas R Goode,Elena-Sasha Green,Stephen Gribbin,Andrew Guyett,Beth Hajdukiewicz,Tim Hamblyn,David Hodges,Jack Hollins,Steven Holt,Peter Hooper,Jason Hopperton,Darren Howton,Matthew Hurry,Marie Isabel,Samantha James,Katie Johnston,Gavin Jones,Mark Jones,Paul Jones,Chapman C.H. Kan,Vaska Kartvelishvili,Nicole Keating,Miranda Keeble,Beth Kendrick,Rowhan Kille,Alex Klien,Eric Knight,Jade Lacey,Dave Lawson,Peter Lee,Tim Lee,Jack Lewis,Anthony Liberatore,Sarah Lopez,Joe Lynch,Kimberly Lyons,Chris MacLean,Vimonmart Mahattanatawee,Dean Marsh,Connor McCarthy,Thomas McCarthy,Paul McNamara,Kevin Mitchell,Shayla Mitchell,Olivia Muggleton,Jack Murphy,Steven Murphy,Alis Mäesalu,Billy Noonan,Maria Novo,Byron O Grady,Roberto Oliveri,Rosslyn Oman,Harriet Orman,Jane Palmer,Francesca Parodi,Alex Pattison,Alan Payne,Chris Peters,Michael Portillo,Jordan Primus,Polly Rawlings,Joe Reel,Skot Reynolds,Justin Richards,Simon Riley,Adam Robinson,Graham Robinson,Richard Robinson,Emma Rosling,Ignacio J. Santeugini,Kenneth R. Saunchegraw,Katie Scopes,Ross Sears,Mark Seath,Ivan Shannon,Darrin Smith,Sean Stephen Smith,Tony Snook,Bethany Spence,Gordon Spurs,Jimmy Stannard,Don Sturgeon,Mia Summerville,Samantha Sussex,Piotr Swigut,Xavier Swinton Byrne,Ian Taylor,Joaquin Townsend,Michael Trudel Jr.,Nick Tyrrell,Gena Vazquez,Shaun Viola,Dan Walker,Carrie-Louise Webb,Timothy Wilusz,Melissa Wood,Anna Wyatt,Andy Young,Lasha Zambakhidze,Dan Crawshaw,Maurice Roy,Jemma Storey|
|Sound Department||Paul Aulicino,Tyler Blythe,Phil Brewster,John Casali,Eliot Connors,Jack Cucci,Shane Hayes,Jake Hickey,Phil Hutchins,Oleg Kulchytskyi,Michael Ling,Donnie Little,Bill Meadows,Michael Miller,Frank A. Montaño,Chris Murphy,Dan O Connell,Stephen P. Robinson,Donnie Saylor,Ann Scibelli,Jon Taylor,Dionysius Vlachos,Jay Wilkinson,Willie D. Burton,Greg Crawford,Andrea Cremonini,Rene Defrancesch,Jesse Dodd,Fernanda Domene,Devin Donaghy,Craig Evans,John Evans,Zach Hahn,Carson X. MacDonald,Guilherme Tortolo Magrin,Stephane Malenfant,Jerome McCann,Adam Mohundro,Alex Preddy,Sebastian Vaskio,Tom Wilkin|
|Special Effects by||Matthew G. Armstrong,Abolfazl Amiri Musical Artist,Bart Barber,Samuel Batchelor,Kevin Bitters,Hiram Bleetman,Bruce Bright,Pete Britten,George Buckleton,Julian Butterfield,Mike Cahill,Eloy Cervera,Usha Chaman,Nick Churchill,Gary Cohen,Perry Collins,Joshua Connaway,James Crockett,Josh Crockett,Aaron Crowe,Mike Crowley,Jake Dimmer,Csaba László Eröss,Harry Eves,Alexander Fabre,Hamish Farrant,Tristan Fitzgerald,Dean Franklin,Katie Gabriel,Joel Gardyne,Chris Giles,Kade Godwin,Tom Goodman,Damian Green,Thomas Gude,Peter Haran,Jamie Ben Harvey,Jamie Hendricks,Tony Heugh,Jannie Hoekman,Sungmin Hong,Iain Hutton,Curtis Iggulden,Jan Kurmanowski,Luke Lally,Ruan Luckhoff,Dan MacIntyre,Roger Mann,Rick Marr,Jason Marsh,Julian Marsh,Phil McLaren,Michael Meinardus,Ryan Meinardus,Julio Navarro,Ellie O Rourke,Paul Oakman,Bradley Paice,David Paszkowski,Steve Paton,James Paul,Christopher Pearce,John Pilgrim,Simon Rafferty,Yuri M. Ramos,Max Reader,Vasili Rinquest,Mike Sasgen,Robin Schoonraad,Darren Shearwood,Brian Shevela,Peter Simons,Arthur Spink Jr.,Leigh Stevens,Aaron Street,Kali Tattersall,Michael Toivonen,Eddie Tycer,Mark Van Niekerk,Ivan Janse Van Rensburg,George Waite,Tom Wheeler,Joe White,Alistair Williams,Oscar Williams,Jonathan Wilson,Gareth Wingrove,Douglas D. Ziegler|
|Visual Effects by||Aakashshah,Sajeev Abhishek,Juan Pablo Acosta Duarte,Adarshkatti,Harshit Agarwal,Ritesh Aggarwal,Mukund Agicha,Divya Agrawal,Lydia Aguilar,Martha Aguilar,Payal Ailani,Vamsikrishna Aitha,Akashsaini,Mohite Alankar,Silvio Alberti,Carl Albrecht,Anjel Alcaraz,Daniel Alejo,Corbé Alexandre,Aquib Ali,Ian Allard,David Drury Allen,Jon Allen,Bimpe Alliu,Victor Almela,Itamar Aloni,Abhishek Amin,Rajat Amin,Anbarasu,Jarrod Anderson,William Wright Anderson,Andreas Andersson,Pedro Andrade,Kanika Andrew,Josh Antonio,Kevin Antony,George Antzoulides,Austin Aplin,Prasad Narahari Apte,Rousselos Aravantinos,Isabel Arboleya,Paul Arion,Jack Aroskin,George Arun,Ruth Asensio,Laraib Atta,Patrice Avery,Deepali Awaghade,Abhijith Azhikkara,Hari Babu,Alice Baglietto,Muhammad Junaid Baig,Kamilla Bak,Balaganesh,Rv Balaji,Daniel Baldwin,Auguste Balnyte,Balu V,Stanley Balu,Aviv Bar-Ami,Swapnil Baravalia,Boris Bauer,Robin Beard,Sebastian Becker,Charles Beglan,Jack Bell,Martin Bell,Eric Benedict,Georgia Benjamin,George Benson,Michaël Bentitou,Miguel Berube Ouellet,Maxime Besner,Gillian Best,Sanket Bhaisare,Uttham Bhalaykar,Avinash Bhandary,Ravindra Bhandi,Swarup Bhanja,Malviya Bharat,Yogesh Bhavsar,Shidhyesh Bhogle,Minar Bidaye,Lukasz Biernat,Zaheer Bijapure,Muhittin Bilginer,Thomas Biller,Ajay Bisht,Remi Bitawi,Oliver Blackaby,Yugen Blake,Théo Blanchard,Joel Bodin,Rémi Boeynaems,Nadja Bonacina,Amanda Bone,Paul Bongiovanni,Andrew Booth,Micha Boström,Romain Bouvard,Sreekanth Boyapati,Adam Brenn,Jamie Briens,Brijeshpandey,Stephane Brisson,Thomas Brockmann,Timmy Broderick,Keanu Brouard,Jon R. Brown,Sebastian Brown,Andrew Browne,Blair Brownlee,Jennifer Burke,Imran Younas Butt,Nicolas Caboche,Steve Cady,Daniel Caffrey,Anthony Cally,Callum Cameron,Curtis Cardwell,Carrie Carnevale,Ean Carr,Helen Carr,Brendan Carroll,Steve Casa,Giovanni Casadei,Michael Cashmore,Borja N. González Castro,Maxime Cazaly,Ezequiel Cesana,Anthony Chadwick,Shweta Chakrabarty,Eric K. Chan,Michael Chan,Po Yan Chan,Wayne Chan,Deepak Chandra,Can Chang,Jetti Chanukya,Thibault Chapiron,Moïse Charest,Lai Lok Chau,Dipak Chaudhary,Abhishek Chauhan,John Abraham Chempil,Keith Cheuk,Peter Chiang,Shailesh Chibire,Gi Ae Choi,Monali Sinha Chowdhury,Eric D. Christensen,Ilektra Chrysanthou,Adriano Cirulli,Neptali Cisneros,Carlos Ciudad,Erik Classen,Aaron Clement,David Clifton,Ally Cogbill,Jerome Collombier,Barry Corcoran,Andres Coron,Gregory Corraze,Tony Cosgrove,Hal Couzens,Ben Cowell-Thomas,Dominic Coyle,Christopher Cram,Maoris Creantor,James Cressaty,Géraldine Cugnière,Nick Curdy,Andy Cuthbert,Anthony D Agostino,Eleonora D Onofrio,Onkar Ashok Dahare,DeeJay Daljeet Singh,Nguyen DangVy,Michal Daniel Bental,Adrianna Nielle Davies,Tom Davies,Beatriz de la Osa,Benoit De Longlee,Marco De Rossi,Antonios Defteraios,Jorge del Valle,Peter Dell,Chieh Deng,David Denley,Scott Denton,Akash Desai,Lalit b Desai,Gopinath Devendran,Santosh Kumar Dey,Ujwal W. 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Smith,Mihai Stan,Anastasia Starova,Olivia Starr,Richard Stay,Petter Steen,Maris Stekels,Mike Stillwell,Rémi Stompe,Boyan Stoyanov,Thomas Stölzle,Praveen Subbaraman,Vimal Subramaniam,Arunkumar Subramanian,Aline Sudbrack,Chris Suddaby,Russ Sueyoshi,Kr Sujay,Veena Suresh,Jeff Sutherland,Jha Swagat,Apurv Swami,Jeremiah Sweeney,Michael J. Sweetser,Glen Swetez,César Sáez,Vinod Talwar,James Tam,Sukesh G. Tambi,Srinath Tammina,Theophane Tan,Simone Tartaglia,Austin Taylor,Jack Taylor,David Teixidor,Stephanie Tenn,Bhumika Thakuria,Rincy Thomas,Raghavi Arya Thota,Luke Tickner,Steve Tizzard,James Tomlinson,Ivan Tomovic,Saul Toresan,Roger Tortosa,Cormac Treston,Mohit Tripathi,Adam Trowse,Maria Tsianti,Robert Turnbridge,Matthew Unwin,Anaaya Sharma Upmanyu,Sourabh Uppal,Audrius Urbonavicius,Tanzir Uzzaman,Davide Valvona,Bram Van Rompuy,Seppe Vangrunderbeek,Benito Vargas,Jhon Ricardo Vasquez,Alessandro Vastalegna,Ashlye Vaughan,Rohan Vaz,Carl Vazquez,Alexander Vegh,Alejandro Vela-Castro,Rahul Verma,Akshay Vichare,Erica Vigilante,Bakhaswala Vishal,Singh Vishal,Shiv Kumar Vishwakarma,David Vivaldini,Vishal Vyas,Nigel Wagner,Andrea Walsh,Jordan Walsh,Andy Warren,Aidan Waugh,Ian Yi Wei,Thomas Welleweerd,Derek Wentworth,Chris West,Maya Weston,Prasad Wharavadekar,George Wharton,Tom Whitehead,Caroline Whitehill,Shane Christopher Wicklund,Grant Wilson,Philipp Wolf,Alex Wolfe,Christal Wolgamott,Oli Wolstencroft,Jason Wong,Solomon Ching Yu Wong,Loeng Wong-Savun,Jiamin Kino Wu,Dane Wylie,Satyawan Yadav,Bala Venkata Manikanta Arun Kumar Yagati,Bala Venkata Maniknata Arun Kumar Yagati,Casey Yahnke,Gianne Yap,Sunhyea Heather Yoon,Melissa Yung-Hok,Miruna Zegheru,Nessa Mingfang Zhang,Sujit Zinjad,Kelly Zoldak,Brandy Zumkley,Camille Zurcher,Annselie Åberg,Jérémie Abrial,Alexis Agrotis,Scott Balkcom,Bryan Bartlett,Laia Blanco Oller,Louisa Bremner,Adam Broadbear,Jill Brooks,Ari Brown,Gauresh Churi,Anais Dappe,Mahesh Desai,Alex Drinkall,Dave Duarte,Kevin Elam,Jörg Geidel,Matthew Gray,Guy Hancock,Rick Harris,Daniel Hazeltine,Eloisa Honrada,Keita Hoshino,Poppy Hunter,Chris Jestico,Marco Lee,Roxana Loncea,Nicolas Lopardo,Milos Lukac,Amy Madigan,Lee Mar,Natalia Matveenko,Helen McIlwrick,Shahan Miah,Skye Morandin,Jack Mumford,Daniel Post,Stewart Probert,Dane Rockingham,Scott Shapiro,David Sheldon-Hicks,Vanessa Velasquez,Amanda Viveiros,Joe Warner Jr.,Hazel Weatherall,Saxson Xavier|
|Stunts||Joel Adrian,Matthew R. Anderson,Philli Anderson,Mark Archer,Gary Arthurs,Daniel Awde,Lee Bagley,Paul Bailey,Gregory J. Barnett,Jeffrey G. Barnett,Adam Basil,Lloyd Bass,Ian Batey,Jane Batey,Rebecca Batey,George Beach,Keir Beck,Jason Beeston,Matthew Bell,Matt Berberi,Thomas Billings,Chuck Borden,Levi Bowling,Scott Brady,Stephen Bralver,Jonathan Brenner,Eric Brown,Jason Brown,Jason Brown,Joe Bucaro III,David Bueno,Katy Bullock,Nellie Burroughes,Andrew Butcher,Narayana Cabral,Marvin Campbell,Jon Capps,Liam Carey,Stephanie Carey,Joe Cash,Nick Chopping,Tony Christian,Kieran Clarke,Joel Conlan,Tom Connelly,Liam Coote,Erik Cord,Christoph Cordell,Tom Cotton,Francesca Cozier,Ellette Craddock,Matt Crook,Wally Crowder,Jason Curle,Matt Da Silva,Nicholas Daines,Zarene Dallas,Andrius Davidenas,Steve DeCastro,Michael Dengel,Jade-Eleena Dregorius,Harley Durst,Josh Dyer,Cameron Early,Brett Easton,Rick English,Ben Essex,Charlie Estepp,Debbie Evans,Rachael Evelyn,Jeremy Fitzgerald,Pete Ford,David Forman,Amanda Foster,Sofian Francis,Bryan Friday,Timothy Frost,Andy Gill,Kelly Gill,Martin Gordon,David M. Graves,Damian Green,Jacob Griffin,Steve Griffin,Jef Groff,Clayton Grover,Wanja Götz,George Harris,Tom Hatt,Paul Heasman,Claudia Heinz,Lyndon S. Hellewell,Robert Hladik,Nick Hobbs,Crystal Hooks,Adam Horton,Samuel Hubinette,Rob Hunt,Tony Hunt,Borislav Iliev,Erol Ismail,Jonny James,Charles Jarman,Maia Kanchelashvili,Nathan Kannegiesser,Ian Kay,Ibrahima Keita,Steve Kelso,David Khubua,Henry Kingi Jr.,Alex Kingi,Henry Kingi,Scott Kirkbride,Jindrich Klaus,Cristian Knight,Ross Kohnstam,Efka Kvaraciejus,Jay Kwon,Nathan Lawson,Andrew Layne,Tony Lazzara,Richard Leggett,Michael Lehr,Oscar Leiva,Lukaz Leong,Jess Liaudin,Guy List,Phil Lonergan,Kurt D. Lott,Donovan Louie,Paul Lowe,Jean-Paul Ly,Stewert Lyddall,Jalil Jay Lynch,Mónica López,Will Mackay,Simon Mahoney,Ruben Maldonado,Tina Maskell,Dan Mast,Dan Matteucci,Alister Mazzotti,Ginger McCarthy,Adrian McGaw,Richard Mead,Erol Mehmet,Tony Morgan,Chris Morrison,Mike Mukatis,Elliot Murray,Henna Mycock,Brian Nickels,Brian Nuesi,Vinny O Brien,Joanne O Dell,Jason Oettle,Haruka Ohshima,Lauren Okadigbo,Allan Padelford,Kyle Padelford,Lachlan Parkinson,Liz Parkinson,Justin Pearson,Nathan People,J.J. Perry,Mitch Peters,Randy Peters,Rashid Phoenix,Charlie Picerni,Denney Pierce,Laurent Plancel,Rubie Planson,Oleg Podobin,Chris Pollard,Gemma Powley,Jerry Quill,Spiro Razatos,Jimmy N. Roberts,Marcela Krylova Robinson,Troy Robinson,Erik Rondell,Hanna Rosa,Flash Gianni Rose,Casey Rutherford,Rich Rutherford,Alli Ryan,Mike Ryan,Elena Sanchez,Nicholas Schodel,Cale Schultz,Matt Sherren,Anton Simpson-Tidy,Ben Billam Smith,Dominique Elijah Smith,Karen Smithson,Brett Smrz,Ian Songhurst,Anastajah Stearns,Carrie Stearns,Shane Steyn,Matthew Stirling,Paul Swift,Bobby Talbert,Mens-Sana Tamakloe,Rocky Taylor,Spencer Thomas,Tomas Tomas,Charlotte Townsend,Jason Tubbs,Tony Van Silva,Pablo Verdejo,Kaloian Vodenicharov,David Wald,Elmo Walker,Nicholas Yong Wang,Nicolas Wang,Joe Watts,Daniel Weaver,Josh Webster,Paul Weston,Jason White,Martin Wilde,Ian Williamson,Stuart Williamson,Kevin Willie,William Willoughby,Justin Yu,Steve Kelso,Bobby Talbert,Ian Williamson|
|Camera and Electrical Department||Ben Adefarasin,Jim Agnew,Steve Ahn,Alfred Ainsworth Jr.,Adam Akopyan,Barry Aldridge,Michael Ambrose,Michael D. Anderson,Lewis Andrews,Ben Appleton,Dana Arnold,Phil Arntz,Curtis Graham Ashley,Peter Ayriss,Mike Bachman,Fernando Barrios,Barney Batchelor,Dafydd Bates,Nic Batten,Connor Bede,Chris Belcher,Abdelkarim Belkasemi,Adam R. Bell,Alex Bender,George Bird,Ffilip Bolton,Chatchawan Boonrak,Derek Bowman,Alexander Bridges,Joe Burns,Chris Burr,Francis Andrew Butler,Leroy Button,Lauren Byrne,Peter Byrne,Matt Cabinum,Ryan Cancelosi,Bruce Carmichael,Tom Carpenter,Alex Carr,David Carter,Mischa Chaleyer-Kynaston,Justin Chien,Peter Chrimes,Andres Claridge,Matthew Clements,Josh Coffin,Jack Connolly,Richard Copeman,Eric Corriea,Alistair Cox,Attilio Frank Da Riva,James Spud Danicic,Richard Davis,Claudio Del Gobbo,Enrique Del Rio,Greg Dellerson,Jacob Depp,Hayley Dickinson,Sam Donaghy-Bell,Oliver Driscoll,Paddy Driscoll,Simon Dunn,Steve Ellingworth,Jon Fenech,Avelino Fernandez,Peter Field,Miles A. Fletcher,Matthew Fox,Isaac G. Perez,Seth Gallagher,Justin Garcia,Corey Gineris,Dan Godar,Giorgi Gogbaidze,Jerardo Gomez,Rafael Gomez,Emily L.G. Goodwin,Peter Graf,Tom Graham,James Grandi,Callan Green,Julia Green,Jeremy Griffiths,Kevin Grossett,Geoffrey Haley,Jordan Harriman,Rick Harris,Richard Harrowing,Kent Harvey,Zack Haskell,Samuel Hayes,Peter Hayley-Barker,Simon Heck,Sam Hemingway,Matthew J. Hicks,Matt Hillyer,Amanda Holland,Darren Holland,Sonny Holland,Jason Hooper,Daniel Howard,Alex Howe,Jani Häkli,Ian Jackson,Demetri Jagger,Andrew Jones,Ben Jones,Hiro Kakuhari,Tengo Kasradze,Adam Kavanagh,Aidan Kelly,Lizzie Kelly,Russell Kennedy,Giles Keyte,Syd Klinge,Jody Knight,Patrick L. Kornegay,Steve Koster,Brett Lamerton,Matt Landry,Aaran Lewis Leach,Sarah Levy,Todd Liggitt,David Littlejohns,Tino Liverton,Nathan Lloyd,Jeffrey S. Lorenz,Iain Lowe,Sebastian Lumme,Michael Luntzel,Christian Luxton,Loic Maheas,James Malamatinas,Tsotne Marsagishvili,Rodolfo Martinez,Martina Massimei,Robbie Mayo,Michael McDuffie-Finlay,Maurice K. McGuire,Brian McPherson,Igor Meglic,Jamie Metzger,Negoita Mihai,Courtney Marie Miller,John D. Miller,Nicholas Milligan,Alan James Mills,Angus Mitchell,Robert Monteith,Fernando Montes,Michael Montgomery-Salter,Tim Morris,Christofer Moscoso,Ken Musson,David H. Neale,Michael Nelson,Kiri Nicholetts,David B. Nowell,Russell O Connor,Stephen Oh,Nika Okitashvili,Ben Oliver,Michael E. Pacheco,Kyle Padelford,Giorgi Pailodze,Onofrio Nino Pansini,Jerry Patton,Jordan Pellegrini,Lee Perkins,Stephen Peters,Morten Petersen,Joseph C. Petkwitz,Felix Pickles,Barney Piercy,Teeravit Pirompapachok,Toby Plaskitt,Jordan Popovich,Aldo Porras Jr.,Kalia Prescott,Misha Ramishvili,Madissen Ramser,Dominic Rau,Sam Rawlings,Benoit Richard,Jonathan Chunky Richmond,Ed Riley,Jody Roberts,Robert Rodgame,Ryan Rodgers,Jan Gretus Roelfs,Dennis Rogers,Philip Roxas,Robert M. Sagaser,James Sams,Travis Samson,Sarawut Saodee,Kelt Saunders,Francesco Sauta,Sean Savage,John Charles Schneider,Jeff Schrage,Luke Selway,Thomas Sergy,Laura Shand,Jonathan Sheed,Steven Skinner,Derek Smith,Keith Smith,Chesda Pop Smithsuth,Jennifer Souter,Theo Spearman,Kat Spencer,Picha Srisansanee,Joe Steel,Christopher Stephens,Duncan Steven,Pippa Storey,Stephen Szot,Gabor Szucs-Kiraly,Giles Taylor,Lily Taylor,Matthew Taylor,Greg Thomas,Andy Thomson,Kes Thornley,Nick Thursby,Willie Tipp,Giviko Tukhareli,Mustafa Tyebkhan,Lance Jay Velazco,Gerald Vogt,Garrett Waite,Andy Waldron,Charlie Wall,Aphisit Pep Wansri,Steve Weekes,Dave Wells,Matt Windon,David Winner,Theresa Wong,James Woodmass,Nick Woollard,Constandinos Dean Zimarakis,Peter Zuccarini,Steve Zvorsky,Aaron Corera|
|Animation Department||Ben Anderson,Emile Ghorayeb,Ash Hawkins,Prasad Hublikar,Manolya Kulkoylu,Thomas Lee,Emmanuel Margoux,Yusra Rabia,Bob Salzano,Divyesh Shah,Aljo Thomas,Gwilym Morris|
|Casting Department||Maya Abarai,Jody Butler,Dulcie Jones,Terry L. Lamfers,Carla Lewis,Rick Messina,Riley O Day,Deedra Ricketts,Mark Sussman,Lucinda Syson,Natasha Vincent|
|Costume and Wardrobe Department||Gemma Aboagye,Carmen Barclay,Helen Beaumont,Ariel Boroff,Lucy Bowring,Meg Brittle,Lucy Brookes,Florence Chow,Joel Christopher,Christian Cordella,Carrie Dacre,Gloria Dyer,Lucy Fage,Veridiana Ferraz,Alexandra Fiddes,Stefanie Garden,Natalia Georgiadou,Bianca Harrison,Sophie Hart-Walsh,Shelley Hazell,Eve Herbert,Saskia Homann,Andrew Hunt,Max Hunt,Kellie Ishisaki,Heather Karasek,Dina Karmi,Mary Kasprzak,Sam Keyte,Annapurna Kreaden,Claire Lester,Regine Linhares,Jendayi Luck,Niall Macaulay,Josh Mar,Amy Millar,Mustapha Mimis,Jackie Moody,Jacqueline Mulligan,Ruth Helen Munden,Shirley Nevin,Linda O Reilly,Michelle Mo Ojeda,Dóra Papp,Dani Phelps,Nava R. Sadan,Lucilla Simbari,Irena Stepic,Jaclyn Tamizato,Hood Thomas,Camilla Thomson,Ellie Van Riel,India Witzand,Catherine Woolston,Tricia Yoo|
|Editorial Department||Mike Azevedo,Jesika Costante,Delaney Del Vecchio,Chris Dewolde,Doiminic Evans,Cat Rowe Farquharson,Doug Garside,Alan Louis Gordon,Jon Gray,Jason Hanel,Lucy Heyworth,Jason Keehne,David Kern,Lulu Ladd,Doychin Margoevski,Sean Olding,Michael Pearce,Loan Phan,Andre Rivas,Qing Shao,Stefan Sonnenfeld,Jeffrey Steinkamp,Tom Swift,Prateek Thadeshwar,L. Dillon Thomas,Laura Yanovich,Debajit Barman,Anthony Berardo,Hunter Clancey,Jason Dougherty,Andrew Fineberg,Andy Hudson,Warren Ince,Ben Jones,Thomas Kuo,Christopher McDonald,Shane O Connor,Stephen Regnier,Alexis Ross,Robert Scammell,Calvin Richard Evans Watson|
|Location Management||Michael Bangs,Joanna Beckett,David Bell,Joe Bettencourt,Giorgi Chaduneli,Itthipon Chainapong,Irakli Chakhnashvili,Narongchai Chivavattananan,Celine Cripps,Mauro Crolla,Simon Crook,Alastair Don,Louie Doran,Scott Fitzgerald,Kenneth Fletcher,Lottie Grafton,Jodie Gregory,Salome Gvelesiani,Irakli Gvishiani,Charlotte Hemsley,Pete Holloway,Tobin Hughes,Rachel Hyde,Jamie Jones,Arthit Kimakhom,Paata Kveselava,Qeti Kvinikhidze,Charlie Levell,Rosie Lines,Sophie Massey Broadbery,Giorgi Mikautadze,Sam Millner,Chris Moore,Michelle Pianca,Chanokmart Puechposub,Irakli Qiria,Ben Sanderson,Satien Santitarangkul,Somchai Santitharangkun,Suriyun Santitharangkun,Nini Sardlishvili,Ed Smith,Frankie Lee Taylor,Jacob M. Torres,Justin True,Lee Wall,Boyd Wilson,Ali Young,Omar Alboukharey,Lewis Andrews,George Barbakadze,Charlie Burdon,Curtis Burrell,Lyle Bushe,Callum Creaney,Daniel Dalus,Sean Doupe,Umut Moose Duzgunce,Jay Finlayson,Joseph Gould,Julie Hannum,Sam Hunt,Liam Irving,Aidan Kennedy,Oliver Kiisa,Anna Kindness,Bram Kwantes,Susan MacBride,Nathanael Macdonald,Paul Mackie,Eilidh MacKinnon,Michael Medina,Nicholas Morris,Tyler Okely,Mike Papal,Caitlin Parchment,Ptolemy Pickering-Gunn,Sebastian Prias,Paulina Pruciak,Michael Roe,Hannah Sapira,Jamie Smith,Kamilla Steczkowska,Julia Tomlinson,Finlay van der Vossen,Connor Williams|
|Music Department||Nathan Alexander,Ashley Andrew-Jones,Freddie August,Tom Bailey,Krishna Bissessar,Robb Boyd,Stephanie Bryant,Evan Duffy,Chris Forsgren,Opie Gruves,Greg Hayes,Diego Incertis,Alex Klingle,Rachel Levy,Joe Lisanti,Max Lombardo,Ayatul Maksud,Jonathan Mayer,The Philharmonia Orchestra,John Prestage,Paul Rabjohns,Simon Rhodes,Nicki Richards,Jedidiah Rimell,Ben Sumner,Denis Surov,Sarah Trevino,Kenny Wood,Josh Zimmerman,Christoffer Franzén|
|Script and Continuity Department||Alice Guillot,Angela Inconis,Jessica Jordan,Kelly Maracin Krieg,Marie Lacey,Maddison Marieges Moore,Laura Miles,Hilary Momberger-Powers,Zoe Morgan,Emily Richardson,Rebecca Sheridan|
|Transportation Department||Darren Aitchison,Brad Beaven,Brad Beaven,Matthew Bishton,Timothy Bouslaugh,Jack Buckfield,Cody Caira,Alan Canty,Mario Carrillo,Joe Cash,Emma Chapman,Bradley Cohen,Richard Colarossi,Pani Constantinides,Liz Cook,Filippo Del Bello,David J. Duran,Lee Edwards,Russell D. Equi,Nico Ferrari,Kenny Flockhart,Stuart W. Fraser,Jamie Gardner,Simon Gardner,Chris Gergov,John Gill,Mark Gough,Kevin Green,Lily Gwynne-Thomas,Ben Hannen,Nick Harding,Sean Haskett,Dave Heazlewood,Darren Helman,Richard Holmes,Andrew James,Hefin Jones,Tom Kerslake,Scott W. Kitchen,Nini Kvaskhvadze,Scott Legg,David Lewis,John Lines,Brian J. Louis,Oscar Lozano,Steven Anthony Martinez,Dennis McCarthy,Elliott Molyneux,Nick Murray,Pete Newman,Phakkawaran Wan Patcharapaiboon,Dean Porter,Ken Price,Carl Raby,Arlene Ramirez,Steven Ribeiro,Claudia Rojas,Winston Seidu,Mike Shuttleworth,Palapol Teriyaphirom,Carl Vallejo,John Cashman Walker,Jeremy Whalon,Kirk Womack,John Wright|
|Additional Crew||Kimberly Aguirre,Josh Allan,H. Leah Amir,Joseba Arruabarrena,Mohammad Atallah,Devon Baclawski,Mayank Badhwar,Jimmy Badstibner,Jambakur Bakradze,George Ampadu Bamfo Jr.,Tati Baramia,Farida Bawa,Chelsea Bayles,Kiarash Behain,Matt Bell,Daniel Benjamin,Matthew Bishton,Matthew Blain,Daniel Blewett,Michael Boxall,Mike Buchan,Talia Buckberry,Lizzie Bull,Rosie Burn,Jennifer Cain,Jayme Carr,Leah Carroll,Kelly Cassinerio,Yara Caubet,Lindy Chambers,Christopher Ciketic,Ali Claire,Kitty s Coffees,William Morgan Coxford,Jordan Dee Crabtree,Jacqueline Crockett,Jeremy Cross,Simone Dawkins,Kaleb Day,Yasmeena Daya-Resek,Maria De Ferry,Joshua Delaney,Raffaele Di Nicola,Michelle Doiron,Sam Dormer,Mat Dorney,Colin Dye,Ian Edwards,David Ernst,Amor Evans,Dino Fazzani,Kimberley Franklin,Emma Friedl,Carla Gamson,Mia Garfield,Carlene Garvey,Omar Gelashvili,Szilvia Gogh,Matthew Gowan,Daniel Hamill,Dan Hands,Jameson Hargear,Joseph Hargrove,Ash Harris,Johannes Helmling,Nicholle Hembra,Harry Hewitt,Joel Hide,Rob Hoey,Paul Hover,Kevin Hudson,Rebecca Ioannou,Theo Ip,Yasmine Jade,Wade James,Adam Jeffrey,Martin Jenkins,Jennifer Jereza,Stewart Jones,Jane Karen,Daniel Cusa Bayuk Karmeniani,Albertina Kelley,Jaspar Kenton,Sheerin Khosrowshahi-Miandoab,Sahel Khoury,Beqa Kirtava,Vicki Kisner,Amanda Klein,Innes Knight,Oliver Konteh,Akbar Kurtha,Sophie Langley,Francisco Lederman,Cary Sato Lee,Alex J. Leung,Chelsea Li,David Liddell,Pavinee Liewkeat,James Linville,Lydia Look,Anthony Lowery,Oliver Lowry,Felicity Lyme,Tekla Machavariani,Lauren Macrae,Melanie Maemura,Ryan Makepeace,James Mann,Hiromi Marder,Sara Marko,Analyssa Marquez,Camille Marquez,Norman F. May,Liam McCartney,Carol McConnaughey,Eddie Melikyan,Laura Miles,Francesca Millea,Tony Morgan,Cerris Morgan-Moyer,Ryan Moriarty,NairRohit,Michael Neal,Richard Neale,Melissa Negrete,Simon Neville,Frédéric North,Casey Oliver,Arthur Ortiz,David Nelson Paramedic,Vincent Parker,Justin Michael Patterson,Jack Gunnar Peterson,Maddie Phillips,Maribeth Powers,Steven Preston,Camille Raoult,Frank Reina,Nejel Reyes,Sean Rigby,Lyndy Rist,Graham Michael Roberts,Hayleigh Roberts,Linda Jayne Roberts,Sandra Rogers,Ben Rothwell,Mark Rowan,Matt Salazar,Roy Samuelson,Bill Sarine,Dan Sasaki,Simon Scheerens,Oliver Seaton,Joseph Serfaty,Michael Todd Serr,Sean Seymour,Mohammed Shaath,Satu Sharp,Grace Olivia Shaw,Nik Shriner,Barry Sigrist,Wayne T. Silva,Keir Sloan,Ed Smith,Louise Marie Smith,Danielle Stanners,Mo Stemen,Andy Stephens,Abrey Steve,Ewa Stryczek,Mark Svenningsen,Nathalie Taylor,Thyrale Thai,Saffron Thomas,Rob Townsend,Jamie Trott,Jane Trower,Jarik Van Sluijs,Erik Van Wouden,Victoria Vanderlinden,Samuel Vargas,Nacha Vimuttiarun,David Ware,Dean Weir,James Wesolowski,Emily White,Fiona Whybrow,Julie Anne Wight,Richard Wild,Luisa Zabel,Robert Etall,Tyrone Love,Michael Martinez,Terry McGinnis|
|Thanks||Elliott Daniels,Stephen Dixon,Leslie Finlay,Jim Schramm,John Singleton,Mark Wilson|
|Genres||Action, Crime, Thriller|
|Companies||One Race Films, Roth/Kirschenbaum Films, Perfect Storm Entertainment|
|Keywords||gunfight,shootout,gun battle,shot in the chest,shot in the back|
|Plot||Los Angeles police officer Brian O’Conner must decide where his loyalty really lies when he becomes enamored with the street racing world he has been sent undercover to destroy.|
|Awards||Awards, 11 wins & 18 nominations|
|Writers||Ken Li, Gary Scott Thompson, Erik Bergquist|
|Stars||Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Michelle Rodriguez|
|Produced by||Creighton Bellinger,Doug Claybourne,Wayne Johnson,Neal H. Moritz,John Pogue,Jimmy Star|
|Cinematography by||Ericson Core|
|Film Editing by||Peter Honess|
|Casting By||Ronna Kress|
|Production Design by||Waldemar Kalinowski|
|Art Direction by||Kevin Kavanaugh|
|Set Decoration by||Florence Fellman|
|Costume Design by||Sanja Milkovic Hays|
|Makeup Department||Elena Arroy,Candida Conery,Deborah La Mia Denaver,Michael Germain,Araxi Lindsey,Matthew W. Mungle,Roddy Stayton,Judith Tiedemann,Georgina Williams,Joy Zapata,Timothy A. Miguel,Clinton Wayne|
|Production Management||Carlos Carillo,Daniel R. Chavez,Doug Claybourne,Iram Collantes,Ned Kopp,Amy Ness,Lisa Rodgers,Tava Sofsky,Ron Lynch|
|Second Unit Director or Assistant Director||Stephen V. Johnson,David Kelley,Steve Love,George Parra,John Riley,Michael Risoli,Mic Rodgers,Lars P. Winther|
|Art Department||Maria L. Baker,Michael C. Stone,Monica Castro,Gloria Ciraolo,Todd Ellis,Monica Frommholz,Jeff Hay,Daniel Herrera Arau,John Horning,Joshua Hunt,Barry Kingston,Steven Kissick,Helen Kozora,Tyler Lafferty,Lance Larson,Scott W. Leslie,Gregory Lynch Jr.,Bill MacSems,John Mann,Charles Page,Tony Perez,Charles Phillips,Brent Rice,Wendy Richardson,Chris Samp,Alex Sessing,Scott Taft,Edward Tamayo,Samuel J. Tell,Jay Koiwai,Clint Schultz|
|Sound Department||Paul Aulicino,Gregg Barbanell,Bruce Barris,Brian Best,Felipe Borrero,Bryan M. Cahill,Michael C. Casper,William Cawley,Bradley Clouse,Paul Curtis,Scott Curtis,Charles Deenen,Marc Deschaine,William Dotson,Michael Dressel,Dylan A. Flores,Gregg Frazier,Jeff Gomillion,Aaron J. Green,Glenn Hoskinson,Mildred Iatrou,Eric Justen,Shawn Kennelly,Daniel J. Leahy,Lee Lemont,Laura Macias,Steve Mann,Marc Meyer,Howard Neiman,Steve Nelson,Jay Nierenberg,Andy Peach,David Pigg,Jeff Porrello,Aaron Rihel,Philip Rogers,Sean Rowe,Kim Secrist,Cathie Speakman,Bruce Stambler,John C. Stuver,Becky Sullivan,Shawn Sykora,Eric Thompson,Robert Troy,Tim Walston,Donald L. Warner Jr.,Richard E. Yawn,Richard Burnette,Martin Schloemer,Jonathan Wales,Carl D. Ware|
|Special Effects by||Eric Cook,G. Peter King,Andrew Miller,Kristina Radicheva,Robert Simokovic,Matt Sweeney,Clark Templeman,George Zamora,Jaime Galindo,Christine Onesky|
|Visual Effects by||Carol Ashley,Lloyd Lee Barnett,Thad Beier,Constance Bracewell,Daniel Chuba,Gregory Creaser,Enid Dalkoff,Heather Davis Baker,Chris Dawson,Kent Demaine,Jamie Dixon,Syd Dutton,Michelle Eisenreich,Elton Garcia,Justin Jones,Mark Kenaston,Peter Koczera,Michael Kory,Keiko Koyama,Brad Kuehn,Derek Ledbetter,Rebecca Marie,Fumi Mashimo,Kelvin McIlwain,Kenneth Nakada,Lori J. Nelson,Patrick Phillips,Janet Quen,Jim Rygiel,Theresa Ellis Rygiel,Chris B. Schnitzer,Mary Stuart,Andy Tamandl,Bill Taylor,Mike Wassel,Hilda Saffari|
|Stunts||Tsuyoshi Abe,Laura Albert,Kenny Alexander,Kenny Bates,Clint Cadinha,Jennifer Caputo,Jacob Chambers,Steven Chambers,Doc D. Charbonneau,James Clark,Johnny D Mara,Eddy Donno,Doc Duhame,Tom Elliott,Annie Ellis,Kenny Endoso,Charlie Estepp,Debbie Evans,Clay Donahue Fontenot,Bobby J. Foxworth,Gary Guercio,James M. Halty,Thomas Robinson Harper,Steve Holladay,Norman Howell,Tommy J. Huff,Kevin L. Jackson,Matt Johnston,Mike Justus,Henry Kingi,Joel Kramer,Shawn Patrick Lane,Samuel Le,Troy Lee,Oakley Lehman,Dustin Meier,John Meier,Bennie Moore,Chrisie Paola,Manny Perry,Chuck Picerni Jr.,Charlie Picerni,Steve Picerni,Tim Rigby,Jimmy N. Roberts,Robby Robinson,Mic Rodgers,Danny Rogers,Michael Runyard,Amy Rydell,Kevin Scott,Ron Stein,Tim Trella,Christopher J. Tuck,Dana Kristen Vahle,Danny Wynands,Chris Zaragoza,Dick Ziker,Mitchell Dean,Doc Duhame,Tom Elliott,Debbie Evans,Clay Donahue Fontenot,Lance Gilbert,Gene Hartline,Tommy J. Huff,Shawn Patrick Lane,Oakley Lehman,Rudyard Moncayo,Stephen Pisani,Gary Robert,Troy Robinson,Travis Rosario,Kevin Scott,Tim Trella,Christopher J. Tuck,Danny Wynands,Jason Ybarra|
|Camera and Electrical Department||Rich Artman,Gary A. Beaird,Carl Boles,Lisa Bonaccorso,Mike Bonnaud,John Bonnin,Malcolm Brown Jr.,Kyle Carden,Richard L. Carden,Rafael Rafa Castro,Joseph V. Cicio,Loren Corl,John Crimins,Donald D. Davidson,Jeff DeLucia,David E. Diano,Bruce Dickson,Carlos Escobar,David Golia,Oscar Gomez,Rick Grover,Pål Bugge Haagenrud,Scott Hammer,Loren Hillebrand,Douglas Huete-Soto,Mark Hyde,Oscar Inzunza,Jimi Johnson,Lawrence Karman,April Kelley,Jamie Lagerhausen,Al Lieberman,Dave Lujan,Kenji Luster,Bob Marshak,Bill Marti,Timothy McCrary,Darin Moran,Luis Moreno,J. Michael Muro,Pat O Mara,Tod Olivieri,Dino Parks,Michael Pescasio,Kevin C. Potter,David Presley,Maricella Ramirez,David Richert,Cary Sachs,Michael J. Schwartz,Jim Shelton,Konrad Sigurdsson,Mike Simko,Antonio Soriano,Adam Sudtell,Jonathan Taylor,John Trapman,Jeffery J. Tufano,James Andrew Turpin,Joseph D. Urbanczyk,Michael D. Weldon,Peter J. Yauri,Andy Young,Dan Zarlengo,Alfonso Aguilar,Frank Parrish,Gary Katsuya Ushino,Michael J. Walker|
|Animation Department||Joel Merritt|
|Casting Department||Stacie Goodman,Barbara Harris,Jimmy Jue|
|Costume and Wardrobe Department||Francine Lecoultre,Lawrence Quon,Garet Reilly,Irena Stepic,Victoria White-Stevens,Christi Work,Gregory B. Peña|
|Editorial Department||Brett Carroll,Pamela Choules,Andy Cohen,Peter Ettinger,Jonathan Lucas,Steve Moe,Mary Nelson-Duerrstein,Staci Pontius,Dallas Puett,Mike Stanwick,Kostas Theodosiou|
|Location Management||Alex Apple,Gary Bechtel,Bob Craft,Claudia Eastman,Leann Emmert,Colleen Gibbons,Jody Hummer,Deborah Laub|
|Music Department||Julian Bratolyubov,Sandy DeCrescent,The Hollywood Studio Orchestra,Gary Jones,Tiffany Jones,Dave Jordan,Tom MacDougall,Randy Miller,Jackey Mishra,Chris Montan,Kathy Nelson,Jeanette Surga,Happy Walters,Booker White,Terry Wilson,Edward Wohl,Frank Wolf,Tom Boyd,Tonia Davall,Sean M. Hickey,The Hollywood Studio Symphony,Ernst Meinrath,James Thatcher|
|Script and Continuity Department||Deirdre Horgan,Mary H. Patton,John Pogue|
|Transportation Department||John Characky,Bernice Culbertson,Fred Culbertson,John Feinblatt,Roland Fullajtar,J. Armin Garza II,Scotty Goudreau,Don Haggerty,Philip Henderson,Gregory S. Hoslet,Kevin Hudis,Alan Kaminsky,Knut Kielpinski,William P. Lafon,Craig Lietzke,Dennis Marchant,David Marder,Antonio Molina,Mike Patronete,William R. Peck,Alex Strand,Ken Farnell,Dana Swartout|
|Additional Crew||Alyssa Ailleo,Christina Beaumont,Sherrie Bradshaw,Keri Bruno,Lauren Bruno,Kevin A. Canamar,Cory Cate,Mike Currie,Chic Daniel,Stefanie Duarte,Lisa Ellis,Louis Farah,Nicholas Fitzgerald,Brian Floyd,Carolyn Garcia,Susan Gee,Karen Gilchrist,Steven Hacker,Da Han,Josh Hernandez,Ryan Hintz,Maureen Holmes,Pamela Jaeckle,Wayne Johnson,Michael G. Kehoe,Jamie Kemp,Rachel Kerns,Timber Kislan,Gary Kurashige,Brandon Lambdin,Robert Lane,Solomon J. LeFlore,Amanda Lewis,Craig Lieberman,Efrain Lomeli,Bof Matteo,Juan Jose Meza-Leon,Geeta Vasant Patel,Kenneth Pratt,Michelle Purple,Alan D. Purwin,Kristin Randall,Betty Riggs,Michelle Rothburgh,Patti Schellhaas,Michael Singer,Lucas Solomon,Rhys Summerhayes,Mark Swenson,Vicki Thornton,Ken Twohy,Paul Walker III,Gabrielle Wallack,Heather Wusterbarth,H. Leah Amir,Mark Chambers,Robert Fabra,Da Han,Angie Popko,Dana Schneider,Mollie Stallman,Kirstin Winkler|
|Thanks||Joanne Baron,Larry Guidi|
|Genres||Action, Adventure, Crime|
|Companies||Universal Pictures, Original Film, Mediastream Film GmbH & Co. Productions KG|
|Keywords||illegal street racing,undercover,robbery,street racing,hijacking|