Fast And Furious 7 Poster Making The Rounds Online [Photo]

Are you excited for next year’s Fast and Furious 7? If you need a little cinematic fuel to get you pumped about the sequel, then feast your eyes on an early poster for the upcoming flick.

Director James Wan seems nothing short of excited about taking the reins for the next installment of Universal’s powerhouse franchise. After an epic six-hour production meeting earlier this week, the filmmaker shared a friendly photo on Instagram.

In addition to posing with Fast and Furious 7 star Tyrese Gibson, Wan showed off a very early poster for the sequel. It’s not much to look at, but fans of the series will no doubt get a buzz from seeing the title plastered above a photo of a car. The image can be found below.

According to action star Vin Diesel, the next Fast and Furious flick will take the action back to Los Angeles. Instead of trotting around the globe one more time, the heroes are heading back to the place where it all started.

The Inquisitr previously reported that MMA fighter Ronda Rousey is set to follow in fellow scrapper Gina Carano’s footsteps. Rousey is said to be in talks for a major role in Fast and Furious 7. Carano put her considerable skills on-display in the previous installment of the franchise.

Although Rousey is set to start filming The Expendables 3 in Bulgaria very soon, she insists that her schedule won’t get in the way of her upcoming fight against Miesha Tate. With a little help from her trainers, Rousey will be able to prepare for the bout in-between takes.

“I’m leaving soon, and I’m very fortunate that there’s going to be Victor Ortiz and Randy Couture and other fighter-type people there, and I’m going to be able to have my camp come and do everything, so I’m not going to break training for it at all,” she recently explained.

Here’s the shot of the poster for next year’s sequel.

Are you looking forward to catching Fast and Furious 7 in theaters?

[Image via Universal Pictures]

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