Fast and Furious 6 will be released in DVD and Blu-ray on December 10 and there is a big surprise, I mean major, it the disc's bonus section. A two-minute scene from the highly anticipated Fast and Furious 7 sets the tone for what's in store when the movie finally hits theaters in the summer of 2014. As a final warning, you may continue reading if you aren't allergic to SPOILERS!
Fast and Furious 7 takes off where Fast and Furious 3: Tokyo Drift ends-- Han races through the streets of Tokyo in an attempt to flee from gangster "Drift King" Takashi when his prized Veilside Fortune Mazda RX-7 gets struck by a Mercedes-Benz S-Class at an intersection. Han was trapped inside the wreck and was killed instantly when his RX-7 explodes. In Fast and Furious 6, we learn the crash wasn't an accident. It's the new villain of Fast and Furious 7, Owen Shaw, played by British tough guy Jason Statham.
"If you were hoping that his death at the end of Fast & Furious 6 was a misdirect," said Movies.com, "it looks like you're out of luck. He's dead for real, and it's hit the gang hard. There aren't any tears shed.. but Vin Diesel does croak out 'You were always my brother, Han. He put you in this grave, so now I'll do the same to him.'"
The death of Han is significant to Dom Toretto's crew and even though Han was cunning, loyal, and capable, he wasn't invincible. In a one-on-one face off, military-trained Hobbs, played by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, is unmatched. However, the new clip reveals something terrifying:
"First Han, now Hobbs is laid up, of all people," said Tej, played by rapper Ludacris. What on earth can possibly send Hobbs to the hospital? We'll know when Fast and Furious 7 arrives to theaters in summer 2014. In the meantime, watch the 2-minute clip of Fast and Furious 7 in the video below: