The Fate of the Furious - Big Game Spot - In Theaters April 14
For people who are diehard football fans and even those who don’t really care that much about football, many people come together to watch the Super Bowl each year as it is one of the most highly viewed events on television year in and year out – talk about a license to basically print your own money.
Anyway, for those who find themselves watching the big game who aren’t necessarily fans of football, the commercials that go down in between the action might be one of the most exciting parts of the experience for them. Every big company has been known to unleash their best and highest budget commercials during the game and it’s become a nationwide phenomenon.
Speaking of a license to print money, The Fast and the Furious franchise, the same one that’s coming off of the sixth the biggest global title of all time in the box office, grossing over $1 billion, has decided that the Super Bowl would be the best time to release a little bit more teasing information about their next upcoming sequel, making it the eighth in a series that nobody ever saw coming upon the original release in 2001.
At this point, we’re kind of lost somewhere along the storyline that twists and turns in more ways than anybody can’t keep up with, but I have to admit that I will probably head out to the theater and grab some popcorn to see what the latest rendition of the biggest movie franchise of all time has to offer. After watching a trailer like this, will you be joining me at the movie house?