Vin Diesel is the face of the Fast and Furious franchise, but no member of the Fast family has had as much of an impact behind the camera as Justin Lin.
"Fast and Furious" star Sung Kang talks "Tokyo Drift" at 15 -- and why fan favorite Han always has the munchies.
Amid ongoing drama in the "Fast & Furious" universe, the franchise’s star has teased the return of two important Fast figures — Jordana Brewsters and Justin Lin.
The latest USC research also reports that just 8.1 percent of Hollywood's helmers over the past decade were black or Asian.
The Star Trek Beyond filmmaker has closed a deal to develop, direct and produce, via his Perfect Storm Entertainment, a feature based on popular car toyline from Mattel.
Reportedly a script has been completed by Marco Ramirez (showrunner on Marvel’s TV series ‘Daredevil’), and Leonardo DiCaprio - once cited as a potential star - is on board as producer. While Snieder says there is “no word on whether Justin Lin wants to do the movie,” it is noted that the director (also responsible for ‘Fast & Furious’ 3 to 6) is attached to another Warner Bros property, ‘Space Jam 2,’ so he’s clearly held in good stead at the studio. The 1988 animated movie from director Katsuhiro Otomo (adapted from his own Manga series) has long been one of the most highly regarded and influential anime movies.
Yahoo gets onboard for an inside look at the upcoming blockbuster "Star Trek Beyond" with stars Zoe Saldana, Simon Pegg, Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, and more.
After the initial trailer for Star Trek Beyond’ drew criticism for being too action-oriented, here’s a new look at the upcoming sci-fi sequel which puts a far greater emphasis on character and drama. Watch the second ‘Star Trek Beyond’ trailer below. Viewers may also note that footage from the 2009 movie - showing a visibly younger Chris Pine watching the USS Enterprise being built on Earth - is used here, set against portentous lines from Karl Urban’s McCoy about Kirk finding his own identity.
Who are these guys with director Justin Lin? Well, we’re presuming they’re guys, but seemingly you already know them, and they’re set to appear – in unrecognisable form – in the forthcoming ‘Star Trek’ sequel, 'Star Trek Beyond’. The 'Fast & Furious’ director teased the shot on so-called ‘First Contact’ day.
After being slapped with a lawsuit from ‘Star Trek’ rights owners CBS & Paramount, the fan film ‘Axanar’ has found an unlikely supporter – ‘Star Trek Beyond’ director, Justin Lin. “Axanar takes place 21 years before the events of ‘Where no Man Has Gone Before’, the first Kirk episode of the original Star Trek,” explains the official website.
When the trailer arrived earlier this week for ‘Star Trek Beyond,’ the third film in the rebooted take on the classic sci-fi series, it’s fair to see reactions were divided. On the one hand, the trailer certainly promised an abundance of spectacular action, as might be expected from ‘The Fast and the Furious’ parts 3 to 6 director Justin Lin (the replacement for JJ Abrams, who moved on to that other space film you might have heard of). Pegg mused, “it was very action-packed…it was surprising.
Just a few hours after the release of the first trailer for ‘Star Trek Beyond’ (which you can watch above), Yahoo spoke to director Justin Lin about the upcoming film. Topics for discussion included stepping into JJ Abrams’ shoes as the director, working with Simon Pegg on the script, Idris Elba’s terrifying new villain and his love for the 'spirit’ of 'Star Trek’. Lin, who directed four of the 'Fast And Furious’ films, also told us how the film will honour the 50th anniversary of the 'Star Trek’ universe… and what it was like to destroy the USS Enterprise.
The debut trailer for ‘Star Trek Beyond’ has been released by Paramount giving us our first look at the third film in the revitalised ‘Star Trek’ series.