Some promo materials for the cast of Fast Five, aka “Wild Speed: Mega Max” here in Japan. I’m guessing “Fast and Furious” never translated well, or was a little too intimidating for the movie going crowd here, so the entire franchise was renamed “Wairudo Supi-do”. Enjoy the promo site too.
First up we have our main man Paul Walker, gun held close, grill held closer.
“Calling all Grill Wilson readers, this is your boy Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel). I took a little break from the series but that tiny cameo in Tokyo Drift reminded me what I was missing out on. ” Let’s see if the old boy still has it in him to do major level grill work.
Here we are again, back in the world of Tokyo Drift. We left off last time with a crazy chase through downtown, which left Sean’s drifting mentor Han dead. That leaves only one thing to do…. bromance showdown while drift racing down the side of a mountain.
We’re taking another trip back to Tokyo, for part three. Twink (Bow Wow) is so excited he looks almost on the verge of tears. Everything is going great for our heroes.
Here we are, back in the wonderful world of the Fast and the Furious. On the last post I promised bromance, and what I gave was clearly undercooked. Part two brings a full portfolio of bromanticism. You will not be disappointed. If this opening image doesn’t tell you where this post is going, I don’t know what will. Our hero Sean (Lucas Black) had nowhere else to go…. except Japan to live with his absentee father. On his first day at a Japanese high school he meets Twinkie (Bow Wow, born Shad Gregory Moss) local American hustler. Here he offers to sell him a laptop, but the look in his eyes says he’s selling something else……bromance.
By now, y’all know we love us some Fast and the Furious series here at Grill Wilson. I took a little hiatus on from the series, but I’m back. The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift is a different beast. 2 Fast 2 Furious subtracted Vin Diesel from the equation, but added Tyrese “Crazy Grillz” Gibson, which counts as a loss in star power, but is basically a push for grill power. Tokyo Drift has no star power, so it will have to really ramp up the grill power.